The New Biology -

Microscopy Training Course

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ROBERT O. YOUNG

RESEARCH CENTER

is pleased to sponsor the NEW BIOLOGY - MICROSCOPY COURSES in American Fork, Utah, on the following dates: 

April 24th - May 3rd

July 24th - Aug. 2nd

Oct.30th - Nov.8th.

The New Biology Course starts on  Monday and ends on Wednesday, the following week.

Price for the New Biology Microscopy Course is $6,000.00
(microscope not included)

In addition to the microscopy seminars, students are entitled to a 25% discount on the Alkalizing Gourmet Food Workshop offered by Shelley Redford Young on the Saturday before the Microscopy Seminar starts. These wonderful 6 hour food preparation classes feature hands-on instruction, demonstrations, and samplings of recipes featured in Shelley's newly released recipe book BACK TO THE HOUSE OF HEALTH, also new recipes Shelley has created. The cost of the workshop is usually $100.00, which includes the 6 hours of instruction, a buffet meal served at the conclusion of the workshop and a copy of the book BACK TO THE HOUSE OF HEALTH.. Special cost to Students of the New Biology - Microscopy Course is $75.00. Classes are held in the Young's mountain home in Alpine,Utah. Space is limited to 25 participants each session, so please RSVP early.

DATES FOR THE ALKALIZING FOOD WORKSHOPS: 

April 22nd

July 22nd

October 28th

 

THE NEW BIOLOGY - MICROSCOPY COURSE

will feature Robert O. Young, who will teach "hands-on" courses in medical microscopy.

Throughout his career,Mr. Young's research has been focused at the cellular level, with a specialty in nutrition.

In the 9 day hands-on intensive course, Mr. Young will discuss and illustrate the natural developmental cycle of microforms and teach practitioners how to use the microscope as a powerful evaluatory tool in practice.

This course features high quality light microscopes equipped with video cameras to view live and dried blood. Each participant will be seated at a microscope to ensure that they become proficient. 

In addition, the participant will be trained in the following:

  1. A new biology called Pleomorphism
  2. The etiology of atherosclerosis, diabetes, arthritis, cancer, and AIDS, to name a few.
  3. And a new paradigm of human disease and protocols for recovery.

This seminar will be held in American Fork Utah at the Quality Inn 1-800-228-5151. The class training will run from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. each day with a practicum from 7:00 p.m to 9:00 p.m. The cost for the seminar and the extensive course material is $6,000.00 with a non-refundable 50% deposit. (This does not include the microscope)

Please contact the Robert O Young Research Center at 801-756-7850 or toll free at 800-876-5403 to reserve your place. Class size is limited to 15 due to the number of microscopes and personal training time, so act quickly.

 

Below are Various Blood Samples Illustrating InnerLight Microscopy Techniques.

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Blood Sample A.
Phase Contrast Microscopy
C. Albicans/ Y-Form

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Blood Sample B.
Bright Field Microscopy
Arthritis and Gout Profile in medically diagnosed client

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Blood Sample C.
Bright Field Microscopy
Colon Cancer / AIDS Profile in medically diagnosed client

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Blood Sample D.
Bright Field Microscopy
Thyroid / Hypercalcemia Profile in medically diagnosed client

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For More Specific Microscopy Course Information,

Choose from the Following:

Detailed Course Information
Fee Structure and Hardware Purchase Options
Detecting and Monitoring Metabolic Dysfunction
General Concepts

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course covers the use of microscopy in a clinical setting, presenting the theoretical basis for and practical application of microscopic analysis of blood for the interpretation of the metabolic health status of patients.

NUMBER OF UNITS:
85 hours for the NEW BIOLOGY - MICROSCOPY COURSE

COURSE OBJECTIVE:
Training to a Basic-Intermediate skill level; Certificate of Completion after meeting all requirements

SUBJECT AREA:
The subject is the use of microscopy in health risk assessment and trends towards states of imbalance.

SYLLABUS:

CLIENT CARE

Client history; teaching guidelines; identify dietary concerns; post-test care.

BLOOD CHEMISTRY TESTING

Structural makeup and physiological function of blood, serum and their components; purpose for the use of both dry and wet blood testing; normal and abnormal findings in blood analysis; crystals; yeast, bacteria, parasites and other pathogens.

HISTORY AND CURRENT USAGE

Application in clinical practice; computerized and video image storage retrieval, and database cataloging system; microscope design, optics and lighting.

FEE STRUCTURE

$6,000.00 for the course. Includes course materials, instruction, alkalizing breakfast and lunch, discount on Saturday Food Workshop, Associate membership in Robert O. Young Research Center.

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Microscope Purchase Option

Microscope Package Option

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ROBERT O. YOUNG RESEARCH CENTER
CLINICAL MICROSCOPY
AND BLOOD CELL ANALYSIS

A blood test for detection and monitoring of metabolic dysfunction

The phase contrast blood assessment and brightfield dry blood analysis are used as a screening test to monitor metabolic dysfunction, thereby taking the guesswork out of diet determination and the selection of an appropriate supplementation regime.

HOW IT WORKS

The tests are carried out by extracting a minute amount of capillary blood from the fingertip and placing it on a microscope slide and then observing it through two different optical modalities of a high powered microscope. This technique enables a microscopist as well as a client to observe and analyze the features of the blood terrain via video monitor. Among the phenomena observed in the live and dry blood are:

HOW LIVE BLOOD ANALYSIS CAN HELP THE HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL/CLIENT

The Health Care Professional and Client can see the characteristics of the Client's blood live on a video screen which can give current information as it pertains to the biological terrain of that Client. (Abnormalities appear in the blood sometimes years before they manifest themselves as illness.) This information can assist the Health Care Professional and Client by:

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COURSE CONTENT

History of Pleomorphism: This brief survey will describe the historical context in which Pleomorphic science has progressed from the time of Bechamp, Enderlein, Rife, and Naessens, through to the present time and the research of Robert O. Young.

Basic Sciences: We will cover the anatomy and physiology of the blood terrain: the Erythrocytes, Lymphocytes, Neutrophils etc., their normal profile and function in maintaining homeostasis. Also covered will be tan overview of organ structures and functions of the body and other basic biology concepts.

Microscopy: As a student you will be receiving hands-on training in the use of Phase Contrast and Bright field Microscopy.

Blood Pathology: Through the use of hundreds of micrographs, the systematized course, study materials, and direct observation of slides through the microscope, we will identify the stages of the basic pathology that affects the normal function of the immune system, the blood cells, and platelets. In addition we will study the evolutionary stages of the pleomorphic cycle and their effect on human health.

Detoxification, Nutritional and Dietary Consultation: In order to re-establish homeostasis, equal emphasis must be give to each of these. Although we do not diagnose (this being restricted by law to licensed health care providers), we are able to detect the activity or the inactivity of the immune system, the degree of fungal, bacterial, and parasitical proliferation, allergies, the presence of pseudo-crystalline structures such as arterial plaque, protoplasts, and uric acid crystals, as well as other imbalances in the body. On the basis of these observations, we are able to identify regimes which maximize the capacity of the body to re-establish homeostasis. The program is designed to optimize the use of available a;kalizing products and protocols.

Research Documentation Program: The course is structured around a set of illustrated interpretive forms that facilitate accurate identification and interpretation of blood terrain phenomenon. Aside from the obvious advantage of significantly enhancing learning efficiency, this system contributes to the systematized accumulation of reliable research data.

The NEW BIOLOGY MICROSCOPY TRAINING COURSE: Completion of the New Biology Microscopy Training Course will provide the tools necessary for health care professionals and microscopists to incorporate this very effective screening procedure into their practice. As with life, there is no end to this research journey. Those who have completed this course of study and meet the outlined requirements will receive a certificate of completion.

Continuing Education: Graduates of the complete microscopy course may attend the 3-Day Advanced / Refresher Course for $495.00. This allows previous students to renew their skills and knowlege, network with new microscopists and have their questions answered on-site, including consultation on specific blood slides of clients the student may bring to the class. Call the Research Center for details on this special opportunity.

Alumni Benefits: Graduates are admitted as Research Fellows of the Robert O. Young Research Center and invited to participate in the ongoing clinical research conducted by the Center.

You will also be entitled to telephone/email access to the Center's Director, Nutrition Consultants and Business Manager for questions and guidance.

A website is being established for microscopists to exchange information and network with other practitioners.

A Newsletter featuring articles and updates on nutrition, microscopy and other related issues is planned for graduates.

 Print an an application form and information packet on the microscopy class  

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e-mail us at royres@innerlightint.com

ROBERT O. YOUNG
RESEARCH CENTER
134 E. 200 No.
Alpine, Utah 84004
801-756-7850

800-876-5403