The groundbreaking Galleri test that detects 50 different cancers. Personalized, inclusive treatments. More equal access to wellness practices and evidence. Prioritizing yoga. Unleashing the power of the immune system. Julie Bach, executive director of Wellness for Cancer and GWI Initiative chair, along with an expert medical panel, presents the newest trends in cancer detection and treatments—and analyzes their profound impact on the wellness industry.
Julie Bach, recognized for building a bridge between medical experts and wellness professionals and serving as a thought leader on establishing evidence-based guidelines for cancer modalities, will lead the panel, which includes:
Minetta C. Liu, MD, a consultant and chair of research in the Department of Oncology at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, holds the academic rank of professor of oncology, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science. As a physician and translational researcher, Dr. Liu specializes in breast medical oncology and the latest advances in clinical and laboratory-based cancer research.
Shyamali Mallick Singhal, MD, PhD, is a board-certified general surgeon and surgical oncologist who has practiced in the Silicon Valley since 2005. Her passion is to help patients with the side effects of cancer treatments so they can function better and feel better about themselves. Dr. Singhal’s company Hope and Beauty has oncologist-curated products for the specific needs of patients in treatment who are coping with changes in nails, hair and skin.
Johannes Wessolly, MD, is a former anesthetist and an expert in combining naturopathic therapy with cutting-edge diagnostics to create prevention and treatment plans for cancer patients. A highly sought-after speaker at specialist congresses and seminars, Dr. Wessolly conducts training programs for fellow doctors in Germany and abroad. He is a member of the German Society for Anti-Aging Medicine (GSAAM), Naturopathy in Medicine (NTDM), and more.