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BRMI Advisor Dr. Jodie A. Dashore founds IFCAM

International Forum for Camel Advocacy and Medicine

BRMI Advisor Dr. Jodie A. Dashore, an internationally recognized, pioneering physician in the world of “Complex Autism”(TM), Lyme Disease, Biotoxin Illness and Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome, has been using camel milk therapy in her practice since 2012 - for gut health, immune health and Lyme and Autism support.

The results have been so positive, Dr. Dashore recently founded the International Forum for Camel Advocacy and Medicine (IFCAM) and serves on its scientific advisory board. This not-for-profit shall be connecting with the World Bank and camel country medical colleges to provide help with camel milk and camel medicine.

Camel milk is a superfood and will help many countries whose populations suffer from malnutrition. Many of IFCAM's members are camel herders who are happy to donate milk.

As April is autism month, Dr. Dashore will be interviewed with regard to camel milk therapy for autism - on live radio in New York City on April 16th (Bold and Brave Media).

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