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From day one of being hit with the diagnosis of advanced liver cancer, Dr. Mark Roby was intent on surviving. "Having been diagnosed in 2002 with one of the rarest forms of sarcomas in the world," Dr. Roby says he, "sought out nearly every form of integrative cancer care known to man to stay alive." He was repeatedly denied transplants until a renowed liver specialist, whom he personally reached out toat the Cleveland Clinic, stepped up to perform a cutting-edge 13-hour surgery. Three little words had convinced Dr. Roby that their was always hope -- " Anything Is Possible."
After graduating with a Doctor of Naturopathy degree from Trinity College of Natural Health in Warsaw, Indiana, he attained his Physician Assistant degree from Touro College in New York. He's held positions at teaching hospitals such as Montefiore/NCB Medical Center in New York City and the Henry Ford Health System in Metro Detroit. He currently works as a clinical consultant and health care strategist, specializing in oncology. Dr. Roby consults with clinicians around the country using integrative medicine, along with molecular profiling and chemosensitivity assays, and offers personalized/individualized approaches to cancer patients.
Dr. Roby is also the co-founder of the Metro-Detroit Center for Attitudinal Healing and currently serves of the Board of Directors. Dr. Roby is also on the Advisory Board of the Emerald Heart Cancer Foundation, which supports integrative oncology. As a professional speaker, he has presented programs on complimentary medicine and integrative cancer care for the past fifteen years,
Now, on the brink of a major book launch, Dr. Mark Roby joins us to share the miracles that have transpired, principals of healing, and keys to surviving.
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