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Prevention Doctor, Irving A. Cohen, MD, MPH, FACPM
Dr. Cohen is a Fellow of The American College of Preventive Medicine. He is Board-Certified by The American Board
of Preventive Medicine in the specialty of General Preventive Medicine and Public Health. He is also Board-Certified in Addiction Medicine and a Distinguished Fellow of the American Society on Addiction Medicine.
Dr. Cohen has focused his medical career on the prevention and reversal of disease.
He received his Master of Public Health degree from Johns
Hopkins University as he completed a Preventive Medicine residency at Hopkins. He went on to become the Chief Resident
of Preventive Medicine at Johns Hopkins, supervising other physicians in the largest non-governmental Preventive
Medicine program in the nation.
Dr. Cohen has published and made professional presentations about diabetes, chronic disease and premature death as well as weight-loss and recovery at local, regional, national and international scientific medical venues. He is a founder of the not-for-profit Foundation for Prevention.
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If you are interested in medically-supervised care for diabetes recovery, weight-loss, or addiction recovery locally in Kansas, call us at (785) 783-7779 now to see if we can help. Elsewhere, send us a message here or call 1-888-933-9833 to discuss what is appropriate for you to do independently, as well as when and how your local health care provider can help using our methods, books and online course.
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This website is provided by Dr. Irving Cohen, a physician who has devoted his medical career to Preventive Medicine. It's purpose is to educate the public about the choices available to them to prevent or recover from risks and threats to their health.
** This website is not intended to offer individual medical advice. If you require individual advice or care, contact us or consult your personal physician or healthcare provider. **