A letter from Mark Rosenberg, MD.
My name is Dr. Mark Rosenberg, and I’m glad you’re here. I’ve spent the past forty years as a practicing physician, first managing emergency rooms across America, and now running my own clinic in Southern Florida. The last two decades of my career have been devoted to research into longevity, and cellular wellness.
And I wouldn’t be writing this today if my mother hadn’t showed up in my own Emergency Room, short of breath.
Just a few hours later, I was devastated to be the one to discover her lung cancer.
By that point in my career, I’d saved thousands of lives with my own hands. But as I quietly delivered her diagnosis, I felt utterly helpless to save her from this ruthless disease.
Mom had been the one to plant the idea of medicine in my head in my childhood. She was there when I graduated from University of Pennsylvania, and again when I received my M.D. from the Georgetown School of Medicine. She supported my choice to serve in the armed forces. And sure, our relationship had its ups and downs… but in that piercing moment of realization, when I held her CT scan up to the light and saw the telltale signs of tumors, it was all swept away.
To say I was crushed would be an understatement. But it wasn’t just sadness… it was anger. Anger that there were no great solutions. Anger that I couldn’t do something. I’m not an oncologist, but I knew enough about the field to know that Mom had few-to-no good options. The anger stirred inside of me for the rest of the day, and on my drive home, I decided that my career in emergency medicine was over. I would devote the rest of my life to metabolic research.
That was over twenty years ago, and while the anger has long since subsided, my passion for research has never been stronger.
I’ve achieved much in the past two decades. I earned a board seat at the prestigious American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. I became the program director for the first Integrative Cancer Fellowship in the U.S. I was awarded a patent for a novel obesity treatment. And I took 2 patients with end-stage small cell lung cancer, treated them outside of the U.S, and achieved complete remission in both cases.
I now run the AMT Care Clinic in Boca Raton, Florida. The patients who find me are either very engaged with their health, and looking to extend their life for as long as possible, or very sick, and looking for a miracle. In both cases, it’s been my great honor to help them live longer, healthier lives with front-lines research and treatment.
And here at Sun Coast Sciences, I have the opportunity to make a big impact on those who don’t have the opportunity to visit me at my clinic. My team and I work hard to create products, and deliver information, that can help you be your healthiest self.
I truly hope that we can be a part of your own health journey, and I’d love to hear from you with your questions, your thoughts, and of course… your results!