Dr. Mark Holterman teaches pediatrics, and surgery at an Illinois University. He is committed to finding the cures for numerous chronic conditions including diabetes. He also belongs to the American Diabetes Association. An initiative has been announced by the ADA, and the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles to address the increase of type 2 diabetes in teenagers and children. Camp PowerUp has been created to provide physical activities and educate youths on the importance of choosing healthier foods. They are trying to reduce the risk of these youths developing type 2 diabetes. The program is targeting youths between eight, and sixteen and the program is expected to make a difference.
Dr. Mark Holterman serves Mariam Global Health as their CEO. The company is involved in regenerative health and cell-based therapies. The 21st Century Cures Act was created to benefit patients suffering from serious health conditions, and supports regenerative medicine. The FDA is additionally provided with a more efficient process for approving stem cell treatments. The new legislation was applauded by the Alliance for Regenerative Medicine and the World Stem Cell Summit.
Dr. Mark Holterman is based out of Peoria, Illinois, and serves the College of Medicine as a professor. He works for the Children’s Hospital of Illinois, and the Advocate Christ Children’s Hospital as a pediatric surgeon. His memberships include the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American College of Surgeons (Behance.net). His specialties in research include regenerative medicine, novel treatments for cancer, obesity, and stem cell therapies.
Dr. Mark Holterman received his education at Yale University, graduated cum laude, and majored in Biology. His MD and Ph.D. were earned at the University of Virginia. His residency was at the University of Virginia Health Sciences as a general surgeon. He completed a pediatric surgery fellowship at the Children’s Hospital and Medical Center in Washington.
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