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Heart Attacks, Heart Failure, and
Prevention and Treatment
by Mark Starr, MD(H)
Heart attacks, congestive heart failure, and diabetes
are all on the rise. Read why and how Dr. Starr's
do not develop these health serious conditions.
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Mark Starr, MD(H) has become known as a thyroid expert. His book
Hypothyroidism Type 2: The Epidemic and his international lecture series
has made him the Broda Barnes of this decade (Dr. Barnes was the
acknowledged thyroid expert of the 1970s).
Dr. Barnes taught us that using thyroid properly eliminated almost all
heart attacks in his large group of thyroid-treated patients. Now Dr.
Starr has repeated the study showing us how important adequate thyroid
function is in preventing one of the great killers of our time heart
Coronary artery disease is more a result of thyroid dysfunction than
cholesterol levels. I encourage every-one to read this book so we can
relegate coronary artery disease to the rarity it was in the 1920s.
Tennant, MD, MD(H), MD(P)
About the Author
As a Diplomat of the American
Board of Pain Medicine and Fellow of the American Board of Physical
Medicine and Rehabilitation, Dr. Starr delivered lectures at
International Courses on Musculoskeletal Pain and Fibromyalgia. The
courses were held at Mt. Sinai Hospital and University of British
Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia. He is a life member of the
national registry of Who's Who published in the 1999 edition. Dr. Mark
Starr finished his residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at
the University of Missouri, Rusk Rehabilitation Center in 1994. The
following two years, he studied in New York City with several of the
world's premier pain specialists: Hans Kraus, MD, Norman Marcus, MD.
Lawrence Sonkin, MD, PhD, and Andrew A Fischer, MD, PhD. Initially, Dr.
Starr worked eighteen months at the Bronx Veteran's Hospital with Dr.
Fischer, the renowned musculoskeletal pain specialist, author, lecturer,
and former student of Hans Kraus. Following his work with Dr. Fischer,
Dr. Starr studied at the New York Pain Treatment Program at Lenox Hill
Hospital, with Drs. Kraus and Marcus. Dr. Starr was treated by and
studied under Dr. Sonkin, the New York Cornell Endocrinologist, who
worked closely with Dr. Kraus for thirty years. Dr. Kraus' books
included Therapeutic Exercise, Backache, Stress, and Tension, The Sports
Injury Handbook, and Diagnosis and Treatment of Muscle Pain.
Dr. Starr has been in private
practice since 1996. He has attended American Academy of Anti-aging
Meetings & American Academy of Environmental Medicine meetings. Dr.
Starr is involved in clinical studies on the relationship and treatment
of hormone imbalances, heavy metal toxicity, Candidiasis, chemical
sensitivities, chronic fatigue, and pain. He is adept at maximizing
health through natural hormone therapies.
Dr. Starr has a private practice in
21st Century Sports and