edpark_doorway_990x1275Dr. Ed Park, MD, MPH, is a telomere and telomerase expert and founder of Recharge Biomedical.  He graduated with honors from Harvard University with BA (Bachelor of Arts) in Biological Anthropology in 1989.

Dr. Park received MD (Doctor of Medicine) from Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, and MPH (Master of Public Health) from Columbia University, School of Public Health, in 1993.  He completed internship and residency at Harvard Medical School in 1997.

Be sure to grab a copy of Dr. Park’s new book, Telomere Timebombs!

Informative interviews with Dr. Park and a wealth of information can be found here.

4 Comments on “About Dr.Park”

  1. Curt DocFizz Ficenec

    Instead of 3.5 or 7 mg of Astragulus extracts, my company uses 10 mg of the same extracts as the other product. Plus, we enhance that by adding Bacopa extracts in doses 3x as much as the Bacopa telomere enhancing products use. Real science, in an affordable package. http://docfizz.com

  2. CoachVeronica Raya Cpcc

    Love your work in helping with people who are stressed out about aging or death. Being stressed out alone would most likely cause one to age sooner, no doubt. I have being reading and understanding the role of Telomeres for over year now and it makes sense! As a Cancer survivor ( 3rd stage Lymphoma) ….I am curious to the affect of the Chemo and radiation treatment. How would I know? Thank you. Lymphoma and Hodgkin's Disease Awareness and Survivors Club

  3. Mary Weddle

    It is most certainly an interesting subject. I got very excited when I heard Dr. Bruce Lipton’s set of Cd’s about the workings of cells and their intelligence. It only causes me to perk up as much to hear of our telemeres as it seems to virtually go hand in hand. I have trigeminal neuralgia and for a total of 27 years. I can’t mention all of the medications I have been prescribed over the years. It took seven years to diagnose and I go through times of acceptance and times of complete hopelessness. I have even been to John Hopkins hospital and a host of specialists. I look forward to what you have learned and studied and will remain as positive as possible that it will help me too.

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