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Ian Dettman


Dr Ian Dettman - Managing Director
Qualifications:
* Ph.D. in Biochemistry (Monash University).
* B.Sc. Hon. (Biochemistry)
* Fellow RMIT (Applied Microbiology/Biochemistry/Genetics/Botany)
* Diploma of Natural Therapies (Southern School of Natural Therapies) in Nutrition, Herbal Medicine & Homeopathy.

Professional memberships:
* Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI)
* Australian Society for Microbiology (MASM)
* Fellow Australian College of Biomedical Scientists (FACBS)
* Member Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (PSA)
* Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental medicine (ACNEM)
* Australian Institute of Medical Scientists (AIMS)
* Standards Australia
* New York Academy of Sciences (NYASc)
* Fellow Australian Natural Therapists Association (FANTA)
* Australian Traditional Medicine Society (ATMS)
* National Herbalists Association of Australia (NHAA)
* Complimentary Medicine Practitioners Association Council (CMPAC)
* Australian Council for Responsible Nutrition (ACRN)
* American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
* Parenteral Drug Association (PDA)
* Cosmetic and Pharmaceutical Special Interest Group (CAPSIG)

Other:
* Cited in the Marquis Who's Who in the World
* Postgraduate course in nutritional and environmental medicine (ACNEM)
* Two years of the pharmacy course at the Victorian College of Pharmacy completed
* Training Certificate - Southern School of Natural Therapies
* Former Member of: ACNEM board, ACNEM education committee, ACNEM management committee
* Founder and Board and Faculty member of ACMN
* Member of Program Advisory Committee for the RMIT Nutrition Medicine Program
* Vice Chairman of World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies -Specialty Committee of Natural Therapy.

Publications:
Vitamin C, Nature's Miraculous Healing Missile. Co-Author with Dr. Glen Dettman and Dr. Archie Kalokerinos.

Initially, Ian studied the first two years of the Pharmacy course at the Victorian College of Pharmacy before completing tertiary qualifications in Biochemistry, Microbiology and Genetics at RMIT. Ian then became interested in medical research and completed a B.Sc. (Hon.) degree, followed by a Doctorate (into the Biochemistry of connective tissue especially proteoglycans and collagen) at Monash University. This study involved research into arthritis and ageing. He then joined his father Dr. Glen Dettman, at their family business, Oakleigh Pathology Service.

Over the course of fifteen years he gained extensive hands on experience in biochemistry, microbiology and haematology. In the latter years, Ian managed the pathology and helped it gain NATA accreditation. Ian became a Registered Pathology Practitioner.

During the course of this 15 years (1973-1988), Ian became involved in Vitamin C research with Dr. Glen Dettman and Dr. Archie Kalokerinos. This research continues to this day. He personally developed patents concerning the manufacture of Vitamin C and extended his knowledge of nutrition, diet and lifestyle by becoming qualified as a Natural Therapist, in which he has continued to practise for the last 20 years. Ian also became a governor of the prestigious Southern School of Natural Therapies where he sat on numerous committee meetings concerned with course content and natural therapies registration.

Ian has lectured to Doctors, tutored in Biochemistry to medical students at Monash University, and lectured to students at the Southern School of Natural Therapies. He has co-authored numerous papers as well as the book “Vitamin C - Nature’s Miraculous Healing Missile” with his father Dr. Glen Dettman and Dr. Archie Kalokerinos. Ian was privileged and honoured to meet Professor Linus Pauling (the only person to have won two unshared Nobel prizes) at his home in Big Sur, California in November 1993. Ian and Glen received a grant from the Linus Pauling Institute for a research project to test Vitamin C levels on new born babies delivered at a Community Hospital.
Results were published in The Australian Nurses Journal.


Ian with Glen, Archie and Linus 1993

In 1988, Ian sold the pathology service and started a pharmaceutical manufacturing business called Biological Therapies which specializes in producing numerous injectable vitamins, including Vitamin C and a range of Vitamin Bs. The manufacture of injectables is at the top end of the pharmaceutical market place, and with Ian as Managing Director, Biological Therapies has gained its sterile manufacturing license from the TGA (Therapeutic Goods Administration). Biological Therapies is also licensed for and manufactures herbal tinctures, powdered vitamin and mineral mixes, emulsions and tablets.

Dr Dettman is the Founding Director of the Australasian College of Medical Nutrition www.nutritioncollege.org which tutors Doctors in the theory and practice of injectable nutrition.

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Clifford Pang

Dr Clifford Pang - Director
CEO and Hospital Director of the Clifford Hospital, Guangdong and CEO of the Clifford Medical Management Ltd., Guangzhou, China.

Dr Pang is a practicing TCM MD and Professor at Clifford Hospital.

Dr Pang is a director of Biological Therapies.

EDUCATION BACKGROUND & WORKING EXPERIENCE

1959 - 1963
Indiana University, USA - Bachelor degree

1963 - 1965
McGill University, Canada - Masters degree

1983 - Aug 2006
Self studies in TCM, Western Medicine, Medical Qigong, and Alternative Medicine

Nov 2001 -present
Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine - Professor

2006 - 2009
Medical College of Jinan University - Doctorate in Medicine

2000 - present
Clifford Hospital, Guangdong Province - Board Chairman; CEO
Led hospital administration for the past decade.

Jun 2003 - present
Clifford Hospital, Guangdong - Hospital Director
Conducted weekly doctors’ rounds of wards and led hospital administration
Achieved JCI Accreditation in 2003, 2006, 2009 (JCI: Joint Commission International)
Achieved Grade AAA Hospital (China) Accreditation in August, 2008
Awarded Famous TCM Hospital of Guangdong in 2009

2005 - 2008
Attended eight sessions of hospital management training by the Guangdong Hospital Association

April 2008
Continued Education Base for Clinical TCM Tumor Treatment of China Association for Chinese Medicine - Director

PUBLIC SERVICE / AWARDS / HONORS

2005, 2008
Delegate at the 10th & 11th National Committee of CPPCC

2006
Chairman of the 1st Preparatory Committee of Clinical Practice & Research of Alternative Medicine of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Studies
Charitable Benefactor to New Great Wall Education
Top Ten Charitable Benefactors of Mainland China

Jan 2005
China’s Top Ten Well Known Hospitals - Special Award

2003
China Association of Chinese Medicine - Merit Award

2005
Special Award for Development of Hospital Brand of China, 2004

Dec 2005
Deputy Director, Board Director, and Executive Director of the Guangdong Hospital Association;
Honorary Chairman and Vice-Chairman of the Health Food Association of Guangdong (HFAG)

Nov 2006
Member of the Cancer Committee of the Guangdong Association of Liver Disease

Sept 2007
Outstanding Director of China TCM Hospitals

Sept 2007
Vice-Chairman of the Guangdong Association of Integrated Chinese-Western Medicine

Sept 2007 -present
Consultant for Accreditation and Registration of Overseas TCM Pharmacists to the China Association for Chinese Medicine

Oct 2007 -present
Vice-Chairman of the Hospital Management Committee of the China Association for Chinese Medicine

Dec 2007
Member of the China Association for Chinese Medicine

Dec 2007
Vice-Chairman of the 2nd Psychology Committee of the Guangdong Association for Traditional Chinese Medicine
Vice-Chairman of the 4th Cancer Committee of the Guangdong Association of Integrated Chinese-Western Medicine

Jan 2008 -present
Deputy Chief-Editor of the Journal of Modern Hospital

Apr 2008
Vice-Chairman of the Hospital Management Committee of the China Association for Chinese Medicine

Jul 2008
Member of the China Hospital Association

Dec 2008
Director of 6th Committee of the Guangdong Society for Pathophysiology
Awarded Honorary Consultant of the China - Hong Kong Society for Medical and Health Care, and Top 100 Managers of China, for his hospital administrative leadership over the past 10 years

Jan 2009
Director of the 4th Committee of Guangzhou Anti-Cancer Association (GACA)

Feb 2009
Director of the 1st Committee of the China Hospital Association

Jun 2009
Director of the 5th Committee of the China Association for Chinese Medicine

Jun 2009
Top Ten Hospital Managers in China

Jul 2009
Committee Member of Research of Alternative Medicine of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Studies

Dec 2009
Director of the 4th Committee of China Association of Medical Qigong

Medical Research & Publications

1. The Alternative Medicine Center of Clifford Hospital, which opened in 2000, is the first of its kind in China, offering diagnosis & treatment, teaching, and research.
2. Developer of the Nontoxic Integrative Approach to Cancer Treatment, which integrates TCM with Western Medicine. His speech on this topic at the 3rd World Conference on Integration of TCM with Western Medicine enjoyed a tremendous response. This approach is the result of a successful integration of both medicines, a step forward for TCM in the global medical world, and a blessing for cancer patients.
3. Continued practice and research in the study of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), while promoting TCM acceptance in the medical world. Developed detoxification for health improvement based on Western chelation therapy, TCM, and modern nutrition. This approach is unique in Clifford Hospital’s treatment of cancer.
4. Leading research titled The Effect of Alternative Medicine Plus Hyperthermia on the Immunity Function of Cancer Patients in Middle and Late Stages (GDTCM [2005] No. 27, Project Number: 1050098) assigned by the GD Administration of TCM.
5. Undertaking research on A View on the Healing Effect of Nontoxic Comprehensive Therapies for Colon Cancer in Middle and Late Stages (Project Number: 2007-Z-69-1) assigned by the GZ Panyu Science and Technology Bureau.
6. JCI Hospital Standards Practical Guidelines, with 1.7 million words, published in September 2008 by the People’s Medical Publishing House.
7. A Study of Nontoxic Integrative Cancer Treatments, with 591,000 words, published in October 2008 by the China Press of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Completed 9 Academic Papers:

1. A New Approach to Cancer Treatment – Nontoxic Integrative Therapies, published in 2006, 6 (12) by the Journal of Modern Hospital (rated “Excellent” by Chinese Medical Association at a national tumor conference)
2. The Progress of Clinical Application of Vitamin C, published by Modern Internal Medicine, 2007, 4 (2) (rated “Excellent” by the editing panel)
3. A Systematic Practice for Quality Improvement in Clifford Hospital, published by the Journal of Modern Hospital, 2008.4
4. The Latest Development of Liver Cancer Treatment [J], published by the China Journal of Gerontology, 2009, 29 (5)
5. A Study of the Protective Effects of Intravenous Injection of Vitamin C on Implanted Hepatocarcinoma in Rats, published by the Journal of Southern Medical University, 2009, 29 (2)
6. A Study of Fu-Zheng-Kang-Ai Herbal Remedy on Implanted Hepatocarcinoma in Rats, published by the China Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Pharmacy, 2009, 24 (6)
7. An Experimental Study and Analysis of Fu-Zheng-Kang-Ai Herbal Remedy on Implanted Hepatocarcinoma in Rats, published by the Chinese Journal of Pathophysiology, 2009, 25 (4)
8. A Case Study of Nontoxic Comprehensive Approach Against Huge Mediastinal Fibroma (rated “Excellent” by Chinese Medical Association at a national tumor conference)
9. An Initial Report on the Treatment of Radiation Skin Damage using Ozone Therapy Bagging Approach, published by the Tumor Journal of the World, 2008, 7 (3): 237-238
10. Study on the Use of Intravenous High-Dose Vitamin C in the Treatment of Implanted Hepatoma in Rats [J], by Clifford L. K. Pang, Lu Daxiang, Qi Renbin, Zhang Tao, Wang Zhen, and Sun Yong, published by ACNEM, 2009
11. Acupuncture Against Cancer Pain, collected into Papers for World Symposium on Acupuncture-against-Pain, 2009, 5
12. Nontoxic Integrative Approach to Cancer Treatment, collected into Papers for 3rd World Symposium on Integration of TCM with Western Medicine, 2007, 9

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Carol Dettman

Carol Dettman - Operations Manger
Carol completed a B.Sc. from Monash University in Melbourne Australia in 1987. Whilst studying for her degree and upon graduation Carol worked as a Laboratory Scientist for Oakleigh Pathology Service for three years. Carol then moved to Biological Therapies for 3 years where she worked in Production Supervision, Quality Control and Research and Development. Carol then worked as a Production Supervisor for David Bull Laboratories/Faulding Pharmaceuticals and for Bristol Myers Squibb as a Validation Officer. She then returned to academic life and completed a first class honors degree at Melbourne University before beginning her PhD. For the past 15 years Carol has worked at Biological Therapies, mainly in Production Management and GMP compliance, and also in Validation, Research and Development, and Sales and Marketing.

Fernando Scuderi

Access to Parenteral Thiamine

Biological Therapies has a registered 100 mg in 1 mL Thiamine Hydrochloride injection in a box of 10 vials with a shelf life of 12 months.

Biological Therapies also supplies a range of registered B-complex injections containing parenteral thiamine.

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