Detox Panel with Dr. Karima Hirani, Dr. Christopher Shade, and Dr. Nancy Turner Banks, moderator Dr. Suzanne Humphries

Have you been wondering about issues related to toxic burdens and possible ways to mitigate these?  This panel will address mechanisms and agents contributing to toxic burden and possible ways to address these.

NOTE: For any significant changes to a person's protocol, please consult the person's own overall treating physician whom the person sees regularly for medical oversight and lab testing.


Karima Hirani, MD


Karima Hirani, MD, is Board Certified in Family Medicine as well as in Integrative and Holistic Medicine (ABIHM) and in Clinical Homeopathy (CEDH).  She holds a Masters Degree in Nutrition from UCLA School of Public Health. She graduated from USC Medical School. She specializes in autism, ADD, PANDAS, since 2001. She practices in Culver City, California. By April 2018 she will have completed an International Certification Course in Ozone Therapy by the AEPROMO organization in Spain. 

Christopher Shade, PhD

 Christopher Shade, PhD, earned a PhD from the University of Illinois, where he studied the environmental and analytical chemistries of mercury as well as advanced aquatic chemistry. During his PhD work, Dr. Shade patented analytical technology for mercury speciation analysis and later founded Quicksilver Scientific, LLC, in order to commercialize this technology. Shortly after starting Quicksilver Scientific, Dr. Shade turned his focus to the human aspects of mercury exposure/toxicity and the human detoxification system. He has since developed a system of products to remove metallic and organic toxins by upregulation of innate detoxification biochemistry. He has also focused on development of advanced phospholipid-based delivery systems for nutraceuticals. 

Nancy Turner Banks, MD

Dr. Nancy Banks is a graduate of Hunter College and Harvard Medical School. As a senior medical student she was awarded a scholarship from the American College of Surgeons to study surgery and tropical medicine at the Benin Medical College in Benin, Nigeria. She completed her internship and residency in general surgery and obstetrics and gynecology at St. Luke’s and Mt. Sinai Hospital and Medical Center. She was a Galloway Fellow in gynecological oncology at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Dr. Banks has a master’s degree in finance from Pace University. 

Suzanne Humphries, MD

Suzanne Humphries, MD, is a private medical consultant with American Board of Internal Medicine certifications in internal medicine and nephrology.

In 2016, she published an autobiography titled Rising From The Dead and is co-author of Dissolving Illusions: Disease, Vaccines, and the Forgotten History.

Dr. Humphries has lectured throughout Scandinavia, the USA, and New Zealand on vaccines, holistic health, infant immunity, and vitamin C. Epigenetics, infectious diseases, and the human microbiome are other areas of interest. Her website is