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Dr. Leigh Erin Connealy

Leigh Erin Connealy, M.D., M.P.H. received a Master’s in Public Health from the University of Texas and her M.D. from the University of Chicago. She did her postgraduate training in family practice at Harbor/UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, California.

Dr. Connealy began practicing medicine in 1986. More and more of her patients started asking about alternative treatments and this prompted her to learn everything she could about nontoxic protocols. In 1992, she founded the Center for New Medicine in Irvine, California, where she serves as Medical Director. Her practice is firmly based in the belief that strictly treating health problems with medications does not find the root cause of the illness.

The Center’s doctors, nurse practitioners and complementary medical specialists work cooperatively to provide the very best of “New Medicine”, focusing on determining the root cause of illness, and looking at the whole person relative to nutritional, physiological, social and environmental effects. Their “prescriptions” routinely included customized dietary and lifestyle recommendations, nutritional supplements, and other complementary therapies.

The Center provides patients access to some of the world’s most technologically advanced medical equipment, which is usually found only at select university research hospitals. This includes a non-invasive, cutting-edge 64-slice CT scan machine, which scans the body, heart and lungs, and performs vital colonoscopies. Since it can detect life-threatening diseases in a matter of minutes, it can greatly improve recovery and survival rates, which is imperative since studies indicate that 3 out of every 4 people will die from heart disease or cancer.

Aromatherapy and colon hydrotherapy are two exciting new treatments that have been added to the Center’s vast array of services for men and women, which include gynecology, natural infertility, menopause, hormone balancing, healthy sexuality, healthy aging, and personalized preventative medicine; alternative treatments for chronic diseases including cancer, heart disease, and diabetes; acupuncture; and detoxification therapies.

Cellular therapy also plays a large role in her practice. Dr. Connealy specializes in the use of cell therapy for anti-aging. She can look back on years of experience and has many success stories to tell regarding the treatment of chronic diseases and anti-aging. Dr. Connealy has made a large contribution to public education regarding the medical and cosmetic use of cell extracts.

Dr. Connealy writes monthly health columns for “Coast” and “OC Health” (Orange County based magazines) and is published in “The Journal of the American Nutraceutical Association” (JANA), along with Healthy Aging Magazine. She most recently had the leading “feature” article on Newstarget.com and Nutraceuticalreport.com posted. She is also a weekly co-host on Frank Jordan’s national radio show “Healthy, Wealthy & Wise” on XM Satellite Family Talk 170. Dr. Connealy is a frequent guest speaker at professional organizations and on local cable television shows or “Know the Cause” with Doug Kaufman airing across the country daily.

Dr. Connealy believes that part of the path to wellness is through vitamins and supplements. Center for New Medicine carries over 1,000 nutritional supplements.

In addition, Dr. Connealy developed a line of products called “perfectlyhealthy” products for healthy living, due to decades of experience and successful clinical results stemming from her patients. She is truly helping her patients get well, and find their path to wellness each and every day.

Dr. Connealy truly has a mission to empower and educate individuals and their families to help them achieve their maximum lifespan, with the highest quality of life throughout; feeling great, looking great, with high energy and high spirits!

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Dr. Heinz Mastall

Dr. Heinz Mastall is the medical director of the Juvital Medical Center in Wiesbaden, Germany. For over 30 years, he has been deeply involved in developing complementary immune-biological treatments for cancer patients. His center specializes in the use of hyperthermia, immune-biological oncology, and anti-aging.

Dr. Mastall trained with Dr. Paul Niehans and Dr. Elis Sandberg, the modern day fathers of Cellular Therapies. He actively promotes the use of cell therapy in combination with mainstream oncology medicine.

The main obstacle Dr. Mastall faced was finding cell extracts that were of superior quality. To solve this dilemma, he decided to raise his own cattle and use them to produce his own organ peptides. His extracts are of the highest quality and contain high levels of hormones and other ingredients essential for successful cell therapy.

For over 15 years, Dr. Heinz Mastall has been the Vice President of the German Society for Biological Cancer Treatments (Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer biologische Krebsabwehr).

In Germany, he is well known for his commitment to the fight against cancer and his use of innovative treatment concepts. He regularly offers free consultations to cancer patients and arranges many events and lectures to educate the public, patients and medical professionals about the effective use of biological cancer treatments.

In May 2010 Dr. Mastall was awarded the German Medal of Honor for his contributions to this field.

 

 

 

History of Cell Therapy

 

Modern day cell therapy goes back to the beginning to the 20th Century with Dr. Alexis Carrel. He was born at Lyons, France in June 1873. Carell specialized in surgery.

He began experimental work in this area in Lyons in 1902, but in 1904 he went to Chicago and in 1905 worked in the Department of Physiology in the University of Chicago under Professor G. N. Stewart. In 1906 he was attached to the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, New York. Here he carried out most of the experiments that earned him the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1912.

Carrel’s research was mainly concerned with experimental surgery and the transplantation of tissues and whole organs. He published several books such as The Culture of Organs, Man, the Unknown, and Treatment of Infected Wounds.

In 1912, Carell demonstrated the revitalizing effect of young cells on cultures of old and degenerated cells. This sparked a new era in the science of cellular therapies.

 

Professor Niehans is considered to be the father of modern day Cellular Therapy. In 1931 one of his colleagues asked him for help in managing a critical case. While performing surgery on a patient’s thyroid gland, the parathyroid was accidentally damaged. The patient went into severe convulsions and his state was critical. Professor Niehans prepared parathyroid cells obtained from a calf embryo. He injected this mix into the patient, thinking that the hormones contained therein would stabilize the patient so that surgery could be continued. Interestingly, the patient recovered and lived a long life after. The success of this therapy led Niehans to abandon surgical transplantation of the intact glands and use only injectable organ extracts.

His research led him to prepare and implant organ extracts from almost all organs including brain, liver, pancreas, kidneys, heart, duodenum, thymus and spleen.

Over the years he treated and documented thousands of cases involving the use of Live Cell Therapy.  Today, many practitioners follow the regimens laid out by Professor Niehans with success.