• Professor John Giannios, President at International Academy of Precision Medicine and Oncology,  will present “NANOSURGERY FOR ERADICATION OF METASTATIC CANCER STEM CELLS” Wednesday night at 4 pm EST, 9 PM CET on www.Neurosurgical.TV.

    John is from Greece, and from his LinkedIn profile:

    John has a BSc(Biol),BSc(Chem),CertGCP(London),PGCertTMed(Edinburgh), PGDiplTMed(Edinburgh),MScTMed(Edinburgh),cDFMS(Glasgow),cDSc,M/D Prof (London) in Translational Cancer Medicine with 3 postgraduate degrees earned with Distinction from the Med School of Univ of Edinburgh..He is the pres and chief-editor of the Hellenic and International Society of Molecular and Genomic Medicine & Res and he is the pres of the Int Assoc of Pers Perioperative Medicine and Laser,Robotic and Genomic Nanosurgery
    Here’s a presentation that John did last year in the USA

     
     

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