Max Gomez, PhD

Max Gomez, PhD

One of TV’s most respected medical journalists, Dr. Gomez has produced award-winning health and science segments for network stations in New York and Philadelphia.

Dr. Max has reported for Dateline, the Today Show and 48 Hours.

Over more than three decades, he’s earned nine Emmy® Awards, three NY State Broadcaster’s Association awards and UPI’s “Best Documentary” award.

In addition to NYC’s ‘Excellence in Time of Crisis’ for his coverage in the aftermath of September
 11th,Dr. Max has been singled out nationally for special award recognition by the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and The National Marfan Foundation. He was also named the American Health Foundation’s “Man of the Year.”

A noted moderator and speaker, Dr. Max is the regular moderator for Sloan Kettering Cancer Center’s CancerSmart public education series. He was also an organizer and moderator for two international conferences on adult stem cells hosted by and held at the Vatican.

Max also trains physicians nationally in public speaking and presentation, working with groups as diverse as the National Cancer Institute and the College of American Pathologists.

Max is the co-author of “Our Stem Cells – The Mysteries of Life and Secrets of Healing”, a layman’s guide to the medicine of the future, showcasing a wide array of emerging adult stem cell breakthroughs, including their ability to repair damaged hearts and other organs, restore sight, kill cancer, cure diabetes, heal burns and stop the progression
of degenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s, multiple sclerosis and Lou Gehrig’s disease. Covering stem cell applications in everything from orthopedics to heart disease, cancer and HIV, it includes a special address by Pope Benedict XVI, urging increased support
and awareness of advancements
in adult stem cell research in order to alleviate human suffering.

Dr. Max is also the co-author of “The Prostate Health Program: A Guide to Preventing and Controlling Prostate Cancer.” The 384-page book explains how an innovative program consisting of diet, exercise and lifestyle changes may help prevent prostate cancer.