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Moving Medicine Forward: An Update on our Work and Progress.


Earlier this year, with your support, I visited 10 medical schools* across North America and shared my presentation, What I Wish I Had Learned in Medical School About Nutrition. At each school, the talk on practical, plant-based nutrition was greeted by students commenting that it “far exceeded what our medical school curriculum offers in that field.”

Dr. KlaperBuilding upon our earlier successful speaking tour in the spring of this year, we are about to launch our next series of engagements, which will take me to medical schools across Oregon and California and will also include some public talks, as well. Here’s my schedule, which is also on my website:

November 17, Sunday – 4 pm,
Buena Park, CA (open to public)

November 18 , Monday – 12 pm,
Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, CA 

November 18, Monday – 6 pm,
Western University, Pomona, CA

November 19, Tuesday – 12 pm,
USC Keck School of Medicine, Los Angeles

November 19, Tuesday – 6 pm,
Kaiser – West Los Angeles  

November 20, Wednesday  
University of California – San Diego

November 21, Thursday – 6 pm,
Western University, Lebanon, OR

November 22, Friday – 6 pm,
University of Oregon, Eugene, OR (open to public)

November 23, Saturday – 4 pm,
Unity of Portland, OR (open to public)

At each school, we encourage the establishment of a Student Nutrition Interest Group to meet monthly and discuss nutrition-based cases to keep the flame of plant-based medicine alive after my presentation. We will be utilizing platforms like Google Hangout to host nation-wide case discussions and to share ideas for diagnosis and nutrition-based treatments.

Next Speaking Engagements Being Planned!

Here are medical schools we are currently corresponding with to include them in the next round of speaking engagements or electronic connection. If you want to add more schools to this list, please do so at: Moving Medicine Forward
  • Medical College of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, WI
  • University of Miami School of Medicine – Miami, FL
  • Queens School of Medicine – Kingston, Ontario
  • Northeast Ohio Medical University – Rootstown, OH
  • Temple University – Philadelphia, PA    
  • Palmer College of Chiropractic – Davenport, IA and Port Orange, FL
  • Rutgers New Jersey Medical School – New Brunswick, NJ
  • Marshall School of Medicine – Huntington, WV 
  • Washington University – St. Louis, MO
  • Campbell School Osteopathic Medicine – Lillington, NC
  • Lone Star Residency – Conroe, TX
  • Baylor College of Medicine – Houston, TX
We are not only turning the nutritional light on in the minds of a new generation of healers, we want to inform and awaken the public about the power of plant-based nutrition to reverse disease so people can learn to work with their doctor to truly heal themselves. Talks for the public, TV interviews and podcasts are all aspects of Moving Medicine Forward’s program - but we need your help to keep creating the nutritional-awakening of Western medicine.

If you know a student or faculty member at a school of medicine (allopathic, osteopathic, naturopathic, or chiropractic, or schools of nursing, dentistry or related health sciences) who you think might want to help host a live event or electronic appearance, please contact us here.

With air travel, hotels, and other expenses, each medical school visit costs us approximately $1,000 to $2,000 — every dollar provided to MMF goes to create nutritionally aware physicians across North America and globally. If you would like to make a tax-deductible contribution, please donate:
 
MAKE A TAX-DEDUCTIBLE DONATION

With your help, we are changing the face of medical practice. Won’t you help us create doctors who know how to use their patient’s daily diet to reverse disease and restore true health? 

In service and appreciation,

Michael Klaper, M.D.
Moving Medicine Forward 
Program Director
           

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