How to approach longevity is the topic of discussion when host Ellen Kamhi PhD, RN interviews Dr. Joseph E Bosiljevac, Jr, MD, PhD, FACS
Dr. Bosiljevac graduated from Emporia State University with a bachelor’s degree in chemistry, and went onto the University of Kansas School of Medicine. Graduating in the top ten percent of his class with his MD in 1975. He was selected for membership in the honorary society Alpha Omega Alpha. Dr. Bosiljevac is board certified in general surgery and is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons (FACS).
He has 30 years experience in conventional medicine as a cardiovascular surgeon. In 2009, he achieved his PhD in Natural Medicine , and began a wellness practice with an emphasis on prolonging health and showing patients how to approach longevity. Dr. Bosiljevac has been certified in age-management medicine and works with Cenegenics Medical and Research Institute. Cenegenics NYC is a medical institute devoted to the practice of Age Management Medicine, helping patients to get and stay healthy through a personalized program of nutrition, exercise, corrective hormone therapy, and nutritional supplementation. This proactive approach to healthy aging typically results in more youthful energy, improved body composition, better strength and flexibility, clearer thinking, stronger immunity, healthier sex life, and decreased risk of developing the degenerative diseases we normally associate with aging.
He is also a member of the American College of Advancement in Medicine (ACAM) and certified in chelation medicine. He is the author of SURVIVING CANCER, The Use of Complimentary and Alternative Methods in the Treatment of Breast Cancer. The book is about the story of Donna, a patient with Stage III breast cancer who chose treatment using complementary and alternative methods over conventional medical therapy. She is currently seventeen years post diagnosis with no evidence of tumor.
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