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Saturday, October 30, 2010

American Apitherapy Society Conference


Less than 2 two weeks to go for CMACC! HOTEL ROOM RESERVATIONS AT REDUCED RATE HAVE BEEN EXTENDED TO NOV. 2ND! See hotel info in Information Packet. For the first time our annual event has been planned with the International Biotherapy Society. Check all details when you Download the Information Packet & click here to register on line. The registration form is for those who do not register on-line. Everyone is invited to our Annual Meeting to be held Saturday, late afternoon.

(The Charles Mraz Apitherapy Course and Conference)
Presented by The American Apitherapy Society, Inc.
At the Hilton Los Angeles/Universal City, Universal City, California, USA
In conjunction with the International Conference on Biotherapy, presented by the International Biotherapy Society (IBS) and the BTER Foundation
(For more information see
The AAS is honored to be sharing this conference with the International Conference on Biotherapy presented for the first time in the USA. Participants will be able to partake in both conferences where two fascinating organizations share a common principle.
Medical doctors, a spectrum of holistic health practitioners, veterinarians, researchers, backyard beekeepers, and members of the general public interested in self-reliant health care will convene from all over the United states and the world to learn about apitherapy. Apitherapy, an ancient healing modality, refers to the therapeutic use of products from the beehive: honey, pollen, royal jelly, propolis, and bee venom therapy.
Attendees will receive basic training in the therapeutic properties of each of the hive products including a hands-on bee venom therapy demonstration where participants obtain practical experience with this healing practice. Presentations are given by the CMACC faculty who are some of the most prominent and experienced apitherapists in the country. Examples of material covered in these presentations are allergic reactions, techniques of BVT, informed consent and legal issues, propolis and cancer, veterinary apitherapy, and patient intake for apitherapy. An exam is given to ascertain comprehension of the material in the course and certificates of completion will be issued. Continuing Education Credits are also available.
The AAS is a nonprofit membership organization established for the purpose of educating about apitherapy and advancing its use. CMACC has been named in memory of Charles Mraz, an American pioneer in the use of bee venom to treat diseases.
Visit for all information and where you can register on the website. Or you can download a registration form to mail with payment. Note that there is an early registration incentive with reduced fees for those registering by September 30th. For questions, contact the AAS at 631-470-9446 or at
Attendance: Registered AAS participants may attend the all sessions of the AAS program as well as those of IBS as part of their registration fee, except for Thursday, Nov. 11, for which an additional fee is charged. IBS participants may attend all AAS events, as part of their registration.
Accreditation: Check the BTER Foundation website noted above for detailed information about accreditation. Continuing Education Credits will be available for the Apitherapy programs done by IBS, for a total of 6 • hours (Sat.& Sun. mornings), for Physicians and other health care providers, per individual state requirements. Certificates of hours of attendance will be available to AAS registrants upon attendance at all programs and successful completion of the examination.
AAS Course, Conference, Faculty and Exam: The tentative program of the Course and Conference is provided here. Watch the website for any changes. The Faculty is described in the Presenter Profiles. AAS provides attendees the opportunity to take an exam on material taught before the exam. In our experience, most attendees welcome this exam, which is multiple choices, as a means to increase their understanding. Corrections are done right after the exam, providing the occasion to discuss issues. The exam is not required but usually everyone takes it as a learning experience.
Accommodations: See the BTER Foundation website above for details about the Accommodations, Activities, and Transportation.
Hotel: The event is being held at the Hilton Los Angeles/Universal City, located at 555 Universal City, California, 91608-1001. A group room rate is available at $159 (plus taxes) per single room per night. Please contact the hotel reservation desk at 1-800-445-8667 and say you are with the International Biotherapy Conference, code IBC. This rate is only available until October 29.
Sharing Rooms: AAS is willing to help people who wish to share a hotel room. Please contact the AAS office at or at 631-470-9446.
Activities: The hotel has an on-site swimming pool, whirlpool, and fitness center. The hotel is close to Universal Studios, Universal City Walk, and Hollywood. There are other attractions in the area, such as Disneyland, Magic Mountain, Griffith Observatory, and Knott’s Berry Farm.
Transportation: Most attendees will be flying into Los Angeles (LAX) airport. Ground transportation is available from Super Shuttle for $18 each way. Reservations are not required but can be made by calling 1-800-224-7767, mentioning that you are with the 8th International Biotherapy Conference, with discount code 73nju. Or you can register on-line at

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