#356 Soldier Health with Dr. Hailey Weerts

May 28, 2019 | Food & Travel

Dr. Hailey Weerts, Walter Reed Army Hosp. – Soldier Health

Not Old Better Show Food, Travel & Health, Interview Series

Welcome to The Not Old Better Show, I’m Paul Vogelzang and this is episode #356. Today’s show is brought to you by Travelan.

As part of our Food & Travel Interview Series, today’s show is for all of you, eager to learn the intricacies, details, and research behind effective prevention for travel-related diarrhea.

In today’s show, we’ll be joined by Dr. Hailey Weerts, in her role as Research Scientist employed by The McConnell Group working in support of Walter Reed Army Institute of Research: WRAIR.

Dr. Weerts is an Immunologist on a research team involved in the development and characterization of vaccines against Shigella. The team is currently engaged in the investigation of immune responses to Shigella vaccines in pre-clinical studies and human clinical trials.

Today’s interview with Dr. Weerts will focus on her team’s research at Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, also know as WRAIR, pronounced RARE, as well as the nature of the bacteria Shigella, and it’s vast impact, plus about the efficacy of Travelan, and the Immuron, maker of Travelan, technology platform.

I should point out that Travelan is approved by regulatory agencies and it has passed rigorous US Army tests of efficacy and treatment value.

I think you’ll value this interview with Dr. Hailey Weerts, and most importantly be introduced to the science and extensive research around the Travelan product.

Please join me in welcoming to the Not Old Better Show, Dr. Hailey Weerts.

Please check out Travelan here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01JOE7RGM

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And, here> is a free scientific research paper on the efficacy of Travelan: https://www.immuron.com.au/assets/files/Travelan%20Scientific%20Review%20AU.pdf

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