All DMU students and faculty are invited to attend.
Each year it seems that patients are more at risk than ever for life threatening and chronic illness. Whether it is the rapid growth of diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, or cancer, it seems that traditional medicine has had a difficult time keeping up.
Yet for over 40 years, stem cell transplants have been helping patients survive with quality of life in the face of some of the most dangerous of illnesses. Physicians who want to do everything they can for their patients are now turning to the proven science of adult stem cell therapeutics.
Today patients with a wide range of diseases are being helped by adult stem cell protocols. With over 2000 ongoing FDA clinical trials, the potential to expand the field and help patients is tremendous.
Join us for this unique webinar that will discuss some of the latest breakthroughs in patient care utilizing stem cell therapeutics. We will discuss illnesses such as chronic fatigue syndrome, Alzheimer’s disease, type 1 and type 2 diabetes, fibromyalgia, ALS, cardiac disease, cancer, and much more.
Dipnarine Maharaj, MD
Medical Director, South Florida Bone Marrow/Stem Cell Transplant Institute
“I chose to study Hematology/Oncology to make a real difference in the quality of cancer care and to help change people’s lives for the better. My education helped shape me as a doctor and as a person. But for me, learning never ends. My patients are far too important.”
- MB, ChB: University of Glasgow Medical School, Glasgow, Scotland (medical degree)
- MD: University of Glasgow Medical School, Glasgow, Scotland (research doctorate)
- Internship: Medicine and Surgery, University of Glasgow Medical School Western Infirmary, Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, Scotland
- Residency: Internal Medicine, University of Glasgow Medical School Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, Scotland
- Fellowship: Hematology, Oncology, Bone Marrow Transplantation, University of Glasgow Medical School Royal Infirmary, Senior Registrar and Lecturer/Instructor in Medicine, Glasgow, Scotland