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This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Biological Medicine Network (BMN), founded on the belief that biological medicine offers the best understanding of the principles of disease by identifying the root cause, and how best to support the body to heal itself through self-regulation. It is this ability of self-regulation, and other entities using the name “biological” in different ways, that has caused a shift to call biological medicine, bioregulatory medicine instead.

The word biological is no longer primarily used to describe the innate functioning of the body. The FDA now describes the word “biological” in terms of products including “vaccines, blood and blood components, allergenics, somatic cells, gene therapy, tissues, and recombinant therapeutic proteins.”

Due to this trend, effective October 1, 2017, the Biological Medicine Network (BMN), will be renamed the Bioregulatory Medicine Network (still BMN). This name change allows us to move freely, transparently, and wholeheartedly into what we are calling “The Great Campaign” – a movement to place bioregulatory medicine more prominently on the map!

Our first step in this campaign has been a monumental one! Through the BMN network we have incubated the establishment of a new clinic, the likes of which have yet to be seen in North America. The American Center for Bioregulatory Medicine and Dentistry of New England will be located in Providence, RI and is anticipated to open its doors in April of 2018.

All the while, we are waging the “bioregulatory battle” on another front – working to break down misconceptions and provide education and support to laypeople and practitioners alike. For this express purpose, the Marion Institute has a new program: the Bioregulatory Medicine Institute (

BRMI will host it’s inaugural conference, Changing Medicine From the Inside, on October 19-21st in beautiful and historic Louisville, Kentucky. There will be presentations about the latest treatments and research and excellent networking opportunities, including interaction with exhibitors.

Please join our Great Campaign to spread bioregulatory medicine! Sign up for the BRMI e-journal, amonthly publication encompassing both traditional time-tested therapies, as well as current topics and evidence-based research related to biological regulatory medicine.

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