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Orthomolecular Medicine and Magnet Therapy for Wellness

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JOIN US ON A LIVE CALL-IN SHOW when our host, Dr. Leonard A. Rubinstein, welcomes as his guest Dr. Garry Gordon, world-renown Anti-Aging specialist, one of the devekopers of chelation therapy and author of numerous books on wellness and the use of pulsed magnetic field therapy for treatment of cancer, cardiovascular disease, infectious diseases and other chronic inflammatory diseases. 

GARRY F. GORDON, MD, DO, MD(H), received his Doctor of Osteopathy in 1958 from the Chicago College of Osteopathy in Illinois. He received his honorary MD degree from the University of California Irvine in 1962 and completed his Radiology Residency from Mt. Zion in San Francisco, California in 1964. For many years, he was the Medical Director of Mineral Lab in Hayward, California, a leading laboratory for trace mineral analysis worldwide.

Dr. Gordon is on the Board of Homeopathic Medical Examiners for Arizona and is Co-Founder of the American College for Advancement in Medicine (ACAM). He is Founder/President of the International College of Advanced Longevity (ICALM) and Board Member of International Oxidative Medicine Association (IOMA).

Dr. Rubinstein is Founder and Medical Director of the Center for Integration in Cosmetic Surgery and Rejuvenation Medicine as well as the Center for Ears,Nose, Throat and Allergy where many of the therapeutic protocols advanced by Dr. Gordon are practiced.  Dr.Rubinstein serves, amongst many other university and professional academy appointments, as Clinical Faculty of the Lake Erie College of  Osteopathic Medicine. Several of the WellnessPLUS nutritional supplements distributed exlusively by the Center and found at WellnessPLUS.org were developed for WellnessPLUS by Dr.Gordon.

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