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Metal Toxicity and Disease with Dr. Buttar - Special Bonus Guest

metal toxicityConversations with the Masters of Healing begins Tuesday and we have a special bonus guest - Dr. Rashid Buttar!

Here’s a little background information on Dr. Rashid Buttar:

Rashid A. Buttar, DO, FAAPM, FACAM, FAAIM, trained in General Surgery and Emergency Medicine and then served as Brigade Surgeon for 2nd Infantry Division, Republic of South Korea and later, as the Chief, Department of Emergency Medicine at Moncrief Army Community Hospital at Ft. Jackson in Columbia, South Carolina while serving in the US Army. Dr. Buttar is board certified and a Diplomate in Preventive Medicine and Clinical Metal Toxicology, is board eligible in Emergency Medicine and has achieved fellowship status in three separate medical organizations.

Dr. Buttar practices in Charlotte, NC where he is the medical director of Advanced Concepts in Medicine, a clinic specializing in the treatment of cancer, heart disease and other chronic conditions in patients refractory to conventional treatments with a special emphasis on the interrelationship between metal toxicity and insidious disease processes. Dr. Buttar has lectured world wide on these subjects at scientific congresses and professional symposiums, and is a frequently invited presenter at medical conferences. He has appeared and been featured in local, national and international media including newspapers, radio and TV.

Dr. Buttar has been invited to and testified in front of the North Carolina Congress as well as the United States Congress, giving special testimony before the Congressional Sub-committee on Human Rights and Wellness. Phillips Publishing and Stephen Sinatra, MD have listed Dr. Buttar as being among the "Top 50 Doctors in the United States". Dr. Buttar has been in charge of the national training program that leads to Board Certification in Clinical Metal Toxicology through the American Board of Clinical Metal Toxicology and is also a member of the 12 member National Metals Task Force, appointed to address the endemic nature of metal toxicity and the resulting implications on world health.

During my call with Dr. Buttar we’ll be discussing “Metal Toxicity and Insidious Disease”.

Don’t miss out on this great series featuring not only special bonus guest Dr. Buttar, but 7 leaders prepared to give you the guidance you need to move towards optimal health.

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‘See’ you there!
Cynthia Shelby-Lane, MD

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