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Advanced Masterclass - Complicated Diseases and Treatment Protocols


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Advanced Dermatology Masterclass
'Case Studies as Guide to Clinical Practice' : Complicated Diseases and Treatment Protocols

For the 1st time in UK/Europe, this is the star to the long-awaited series of Advanced Master Classes  “Case Studies as Guide to Clinical Practice” with Mazin Al-Khafaji.

During this series, he will elucidate on his successful approach to TCM Dermatology at the conveniently located Regen's College Conference Centre in beautiful Regent's Park in the centre of London.

The Class is directed at advanced level herbal practitioners and TCM dermatologists, and  will explore  in depth methodologies for addressing complex presentation of chronic skin diseases with all new material.

Mazin will present material exploring complicated case studies illustrated by  multiple photographic slides from his own clinical practice spanning over 4 decades.  The lecture series reflects his very personal take and his experiences on resolving particular and unusual manifestations.  

The topics covered in the two days of lectures will include noteworthy cases and in-depth discourse of  detailed herbal protocols with clear guidance on how to achieve treatment success.

This includes clear steps to understanding how to choose the most effective ingredients, design formulae to address the location of the pathology and then changing and fine-tuning the formula as the condition evolves will constitute the focus of this two-day lecture.

A variety of diseases will be presented, ranging from Atopic Eczema, Psoriasis, Erythroderma, Granuloma Annulare, Exfoliative Cheilitis, Livedo Reticularis amongst others.


Herringham Hall, Regents College Conference Centre, Regent's Park, London


21 & 22 September 2024




Book by August 1st 2024 & USE CODE EB10 for a 10% discount

Limited spaces available, please book early to secure your space!

Medical illustrations sourced from Wellcome Images, a website operated by the Wellcome Trust.
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