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Dr. Akbar Khan N.

Ad Hoc Medical Director

AccuTheranostics Inc

HQ Phone: (716) 688-9600

AccuTheranostics Inc

875 Ellicott Street Suite 5086

Buffalo, New York 14203

United States

Company Description

AccuTheranostics is dedicated to providing and discovering breakthrough cancer diagnostics that will dramatically improve the lives of patients suffering from a wide array of cancers. We also provide R&D services that will improve drug development for the... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Founder and Medical Director
Canadian Cancer Prevention Centre

Ad Hoc Medical Director
Automated Control Technologies Inc

Affiliations

Founder
Medicor Cancer Centres Inc

Education

Doctor of Medicine

University of Toronto

Web References (89 Total References)


AccuTheranostics, Inc. :: Management Team

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Ad Hoc Medical Director - Akbar Khan, MD

Received his Doctor of Medicine at the University of Toronto in 1992. He began clinical practice in 1993, and went on to achieve certification in Family Medicine (CCFP) in 1994. Dr. Khan continues to exceed the minimum yearly requirements for continuing education as dictated by the College of Family Physicians of Canada. Over the 13 years of his Toronto practice, he has gained diverse experience in surgical assisting (minor and major procedures), cancer care, addiction medicine, palliative medicine, and university health clinic practice. Dr. Khan also conducts educational lectures and teaches post-graduate family medicine residents as well as practicing family physicians. Dr. Khan is the founder and Medical Director of Medicor Cancer Centres.


AccuTheranostics, Inc. :: Management Team

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Ad Hoc Medical Director - Akbar Khan, MD

Received his Doctor of Medicine at the University of Toronto in 1992. He began clinical practice in 1993, and went on to achieve certification in Family Medicine (CCFP) in 1994. Dr. Khan continues to exceed the minimum yearly requirements for continuing education as dictated by the College of Family Physicians of Canada. Over the 13 years of his Toronto practice, he has gained diverse experience in surgical assisting (minor and major procedures), cancer care, addiction medicine, palliative medicine, and university health clinic practice. Dr. Khan also conducts educational lectures and teaches post-graduate family medicine residents as well as practicing family physicians. Dr. Khan is the founder and Medical Director of Medicor Cancer Centres.


Cancer Quackery - Recognize it! Report it! Stop it!

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Dr. Akbar Khan of Medicor Cancer Centre - May 28, 2007 - .wma file The Dave Rutherford show was broadcast on Edmonton's CHED and other affiliated stations across Canada. The actual interview starts at about 9 minutes into the show. Dr. Akbar Khan from Medicor said he wasn't actually doing research. Here are a few of his statements: Only 10 of his patients have been put on DCA. A compounding pharmacist mixes it when it gets to Canada. He didn't mention the name of the pharmacist. He refused to reveal where he's actually getting it from. His DCA is made in the U.S. and it is pharmaceutical grade. He said that he has fulfilled requirements and got Health Canada's approval to import it. Ontario regulations has allowed him to use the DCA. (Ontario laws do not regulate the importation of drugs into this country, but he said that the College of Pharmacists allows compounding pharmacists to do anything they want.) His patients have shown benefits or improvement, including tumour shrinkage. He's stunned and shocked over the benefits that he's seen.


Cancer Quackery - Recognize it! Report it! Stop it!

www.healthwatcher.net [cached]

Dr. Akbar Khan of Medicor Cancer Centre - May 28, 2007 - .wma file The Dave Rutherford show was broadcast on Edmonton's CHED and other affiliated stations across Canada. The actual interview starts at about 9 minutes into the show. Dr. Akbar Khan from Medicor said he wasn't actually doing research. Here are a few of his statements: Only 10 of his patients have been put on DCA. A compounding pharmacist mixes it when it gets to Canada. He didn't mention the name of the pharmacist. He refused to reveal where he's actually getting it from. His DCA is made in the U.S. and it is pharmaceutical grade. He said that he has fulfilled requirements and got Health Canada's approval to import it. Ontario regulations has allowed him to use the DCA. (Ontario laws do not regulate the importation of drugs into this country, but he said that the College of Pharmacists allows compounding pharmacists to do anything they want.) His patients have shown benefits or improvement, including tumour shrinkage. He's stunned and shocked over the benefits that he's seen.


LDN2016 Speaker Line Up - LDN2016.com

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Akbar N. Khan MD

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