Monday, April 21, 2008

Foundation for Collaborative Medicine and Research

The Foundation for Collaborative Medicine and Research is a Research Institute devoted to helping people find new ways for improving their health. It is continuously developing new treatments in diseases using, the most recent information and studies in medicine. We are a 501(3)C non profit.
The rate of cancer in the United States has more than doubled over the past 10 years. Our foundation has been researching relevant literature, of (over one-half million articles since 1979), to find the most important aspects of nutrition and nutrient supplements for decreasing cancer risks and helping in therapy. In addition, our foundation is researching new therapies and methods for decreasing the symptoms in autoimmune diseases and viral diseases.
Dr. Dana F. Flavin is interested in sharing her 27 years of research and expertise in Cancer and Cancer Prevention with the public by giving presentations to interested associations and groups. Her expertise includes disciplines in medicine, chemistry, biochemistry, Nutrient biochemistry (summa cum laude) and Medicine with a specialty in Biochemical Pharmacology and Internal Medicine. She was the Science Assistant to the Associate Bureau Director for Toxicology, appointed from 1979-1981. She has been living and doing research in Germany and Austria for the past twenty years and was established in Greenwich CT, since September to run the foundation and share this valuable knowledge with the American general public in this country. Dr. Flavin is an advisor to her colleagues at the National Cancer Institutes in Germany, Austria, Italy (Naples) and the United States, as well as a resource for information to colleagues internationally.FCMR is a non-Profit Organization relying on donations from the public with no affiliation to any companies or profit organizations that would benefit from this presentation.We look forward to serving patients and their families by sharing our knowledge with them.