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Dr. Richard S. Rivlin

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Director for the Nutrition Progra...

Phone: (212) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address: New York City, New York, United States
Strang Cancer Prevention Center
428 East 72Nd Street
New York , New York 10021
United States

Company Description: The center is dedicated to offer state-of-the-art screening referrals for those individuals at risk for colorectal cancer. There is an extensive program of research...   more
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  • M.D.
  • M.D. degree
    Harvard
  • A.B. degree , Biochemical Sciences
    Harvard
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FreeLife International -SCIENCETEAM
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Richard S. Rivlin, M.D. - Weill Cornell Medical College
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Richard S. Rivlin, M.D. - Weill Cornell Medical College
An expert in clinical nutrition, endocrinology and internal medicine, Dr. Richard Rivlin received his medical doctorate from Harvard Medical School. Prior to that, Dr. Rivlin received a bachelor's degree in biochemical sciences from Harvard College. As a clinical-scientist, he has written over 160 research articles and is the author or editor of six books and symposia relating to nutrition and cancer prevention, vitamin metabolism and thyroid hormone action. As a physician, he treats patients with a wide variety of nutritional disorders, emphasizing the role of nutrition in disease prevention and control - particularly cancer. Dr. Rivlin is the recipient of a number of professional awards and honors, including the lifetime achievement award from the American College of Nutrition, membership in the American Society for Clinical Investigation (an honorary society), fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and fellow of the American Society for Nutritional Sciences.
Dr. Rivlin is currently a professor of medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College. He also serves as the director for the Nutrition Program at the Strang Cancer Prevention Center. Since 1980, Dr. Rivlin has served as principal investigator of the NCI-funded Clinical Nutrition Research Unit at Strang, one of only two such grant programs in the United States. Additionally, he served for 11 years as chief of nutrition service at Memorial-Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.
Jule of The Orient - Science
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Dr. Richard S. Rivlin
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Dr. Richard S. Rivlin, M.D. - Weill Cornell Medical College
An expert in clinical nutrition, endocrinology and internal medicine, Dr. Richard Rivlin received his medical doctorate from Harvard Medical School. Prior to that, Dr. Rivlin received a bachelor's degree in biochemical sciences from Harvard College. As a clinical-scientist, he has written over 160 research articles and is the author or editor of six books and symposia relating to nutrition and cancer prevention, vitamin metabolism and thyroid hormone action. As a physician, he treats patients with a wide variety of nutritional disorders, emphasizing the role of nutrition in disease prevention and control - particularly cancer. Dr. Rivlin is the recipient of a number of professional awards and honors, including the lifetime achievement award from the American College of Nutrition, membership in the American Society for Clinical Investigation (an honorary society), fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and fellow of the American Society for Nutritional Sciences.
Dr. Rivlin is currently a professor of medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College. He also serves as the director for the Nutrition Program at the Strang Cancer Prevention Center. Since 1980, Dr. Rivlin has served as principal investigator of the NCI-funded Clinical Nutrition Research Unit at Strang, one of only two such grant programs in the United States. Additionally, he served for 11 years as chief of nutrition service at Memorial-Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.
Richard S. Rivlin, ...
www.theabundancegroup.com, 12 Feb 2011 [cached]
Richard S. Rivlin, M.D.
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Richard S. Rivlin, M.D. Weill Cornell Medical College
An expert in clinical nutrition, endocrinology and internal medicine, Dr. Richard Rivlin received his medical doctorate from Harvard Medical School. Prior to that, Dr. Rivlin received a bachelor's degree in biochemical sciences from Harvard College. As a clinical-scientist, he has written over 160 research articles and is the author or editor of six books and symposia relating to nutrition and cancer prevention, vitamin metabolism and thyroid hormone action. As a physician, he treats patients with a wide variety of nutritional disorders, emphasizing the role of nutrition in disease prevention and control - particularly cancer. Dr. Rivlin is the recipient of a number of professional awards and honors, including the lifetime achievement award from the American College of Nutrition, membership in the American Society for Clinical Investigation (an honorary society), Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and Fellow of the American Society for Nutritional Sciences.
Dr. Rivlin is currently a Professor of Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College. He also serves as the Director for the Nutrition Program at the Strang Cancer Prevention Center. Since 1980, Dr. Rivlin has served as Principal Investigator of the NCI-funded Clinical Nutrition Research Unit at Strang, one of only two such grant programs in the United States. Additionally, he served for 11 years as Chief of Nutrition Service at Memorial-Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.
"Garlic reduces coronary calcification ...
www.vegetariantimes.com, 16 Oct 2009 [cached]
"Garlic reduces coronary calcification (which contributes to hardening of the arteries), it reduced cholesterol beyond that of statin drugs (e.g., Lipitor) in one study, and it may lower the risk of gastrointestinal and prostate cancers," explains Richard Rivlin, MD, of the Weill Medical College of Cornell University in New York, who has spent years studying the health properties of the "stinking rose."
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"It was called the Russian penicillin during World War II because of its effectiveness against infections," notes Rivlin.
Great Health
www.greathealthmag.com, 25 Nov 2011 [cached]
Written by Richard Rivlin, M.D.
To what extent can diet and exercise influence your risk of breast cancer? We asked Richard Rivlin, M.D., professor of medicine at Weill Medical College of Cornell University in New York City, and an expert in prevention of cancer and other diseases.
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