Dipnarine Maharaj Keynote Address CAM For Cancer
- Mar. 10, 2014 - BOCA RATON, Fla. --
Boca Raton, FL - This past weekend, stem cell transplant physician, Dr. Dipnarine Maharaj MD delivered the keynote address at the CAM for Cancer Conference hosted by the Annie Appleseed Project Foundation. Dr. Maharaj lectured on adult stem cells and the advancements that are being made in cancer treatment.
The conference was attended by over 200 participants and exhibitors who came from all over the world to hear top presenters like Dr. Maharaj share his stem cell cancer findings.
During his presentation, Dr. Maharaj shared evidence based information along with clinical studies to educate everyone from the most experienced physicians to the health and wellness minded individual.
"I want to thank Ann Fonfa for organizing an excellent conference,"
stated Dr. Dipnarine Maharaj, founder of the South Florida Bone Marrow/Stem Cell Transplant Institute. "I hope that everyone from the patients to the physicians were able to take away a new piece of information that they didn't know before. I always learn from my peers at these types of conferences and they serve a valuable purpose."
The Annie Appleseed Project began as Ann Fonfa's personal answers to questions (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NAAHa5zDsUI
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therapies, it has become a nationally recognized organization, and is now a nonprofit corporation in the state of Florida. (May 23, 2003)and tax exempt, 501 (c)3 as of August, 2003. From its inception the Annie Appleseed Project decided to Challenge the Existing treatment paradigm, to Question the existing research methods and subjects, and to Propose new directions for both ending with true Integrative Oncology.
Dr. Dipnarine Maharaj MD is one of America's leading experts on adult stem cells and cancer treatment. He has published extensively on bone marrow/stem cell transplants and peripheral blood stem cell collection in revered publications such as the Lancet, and Blood. Dr. Maharaj has also pioneered new protocols for Parkinson's disease, neurological illnesses, and diabetes.