Dr. Moyad received his master’s degree in public health from the University of South Florida where he was one of the lead investigators of the L-tryptophan dietary supplement study that helped to remove this dangerous supplement from the market.

He published his first medical article in college on the relationship between a compound found in cottonseed oil and male infertility. He received his M.D. from Wayne State University school of Medicine. He is currently working part-time on his Ph.D. in pathology and N.D. (Naturopathic doctor) degree. He is the author or co-author of 4 books and has 3 additional books coming out in the next 12 months including a guide for Men’s and Women’s Health and a Breast Cancer Prevention Book. He is the primary author of over 60 medical articles. He is the editor of the complementary/ preventive medicine medical book series from Humana press. Dr. Moyad has also been the guest editor of 5 different medical journals. He reviews or edits articles for a number of medical journals including: Urology, Journal of Urology, Cancer, Nutrition and Cancer, British Journal of Urology… He is the director of the Complementary/Preventive medicine course for the Annual American Urologic Association Meeting and the Annual Urologic Nurses Meeting. Dr. Moyad has an endowed chair/directorship at the University of Michigan Medical Center in Complementary and Preventive Medicine. He has had a consulting practice for almost 10 years and he runs clinical trials and basic science studies in regards to complementary/preventive at the University. He has lectured in all 50 states to health professionals and patients and he speaks internationally and gives courses in Europe and Asia on a regular basis. His latest research includes identifying the relationship between lipid changes and cancer risk and treatment. He will also be the co-director of the new Men’s Health program at the University of Michigan in 2004.

What I know now I wish I knew before…getting checked early can save your life.

~John Sharp, prostate cancer survivor

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