Dr. Mark Holterman, MD, Ph.D.
Professor, University of Illinois
College of Medicine
University of Virginia, Fellowship
With these credentials, he has spent over 20 years researching, educating, lecturing, writing, teaching, and performing surgeries on a daily basis. He supports charities and donates his time to Vietnam orphans. He offers medical help and care to sick and poor children that have no other choices. He is also an entrepreneur and philanthropist who donates his time to pediatric surgery around the world. His surgery is needed in many ways; from tumor removal to organ transplants; from brain surgery to repairing heart disorders. He is always there to help these poor children. More here
He is also Corporate Executive Officer of the Mariam Global Health group that works with healthcare companies all over the world to solve health concerns. They encourage global investment in health-related businesses and support many organizations that use innovative ways which impact health dynamics of the entire world.
He has written and developed peer-review papers and presentations regarding bariatric surgeries which include gastric bypass and gastroectomies. He is also interested and on the leading edge of innovative research with cancer, obesity and stem cell therapies. He treats a large range of conditions with cellular therapies in the heart and blood vessel tissues that surround the heart to relieve degenerative diseases and help with symptoms of diabetes. In stem cell tissue growth which boosts the production of collagen that strengthens skin. This tightens damaged tissue and reduces scarring which promotes healing of wounds. He has had successes in clinical trials. This includes creating a synthetic trachea from a patient’s bone marrow cells. This is used to replace a damaged trachea. He is a genius at what he does and very creative and innovative in the field of medicine, surgery, research and healthcare, mostly for children. Related article on dialdish.com.
He is a very busy man and works tediously and tirelessly saving the poor children of the world especially in Vietnam. The charities he is interested in offer help, support, and lifestyles programs to orphan children. These children are ages of 5 and 18. Have a better insight into his career choices, check inspirery.com.
More to read about the doctor on http://weeklyopinion.com/2018/01/dr-mark-holterman-compassionate-dedicated-innovator/