The rapid development of the modern scientifically based natural therapy known as Cellular Medicine, the increasing demands for its practical use, as well as the need for reliable information and an exchange of opinions and experiences, have led to the launch of various initiatives by therapists and doctors to address these issues.
HPCM (Health Professionals for Cellular Medicine) is an international initiative that has been designed as a platform for therapists who would like to implement Cellular Medicine in their medical practices.
HPCM was established for health professionals who always want to be up-to-date regarding the latest science-based natural therapies and who wish to pass on this knowledge to their patients, encourage discussions, and offer preventive health information.
HPCM works closely with the pioneers of this new, unique understanding of the development of health and disease. The Dr. Rath Research Institute, headed by Dr. Aleksandra Niedzwiecki and supported by Dr. Matthias Rath, the founder of Cellular Medicine, is one of the leading institutes in the field of science-based natural therapies. HPCM members have free access to the latest scientific research results from this institute. The development of HPCM is largely determined by the members themselves, depending on the demand for information as well as on the nature, frequency, and content of their meetings.
HPCM is an association of, and for, health professionals. The underlying idea is that through interactive meetings, members’ activities will develop and result in a continuous exchange of information and experiences on scientifically based natural therapies, treatment options, and patient contacts.
The establishment of HPCM is based on the realization that there is an information gap between scientists and the public, and that this can be filled by experienced health professionals. HPCM is therefore essential for therapists and patients. HPCM members are willing and able to share their knowledge on Cellular Medicine in a form that is understandable to laypeople. Medical democracy is an important aspect of HPCM and will ultimately lead to people taking responsibility for their health into their own hands.
Health professionals are cordially invited to become members of HPCM and to support the development of a new, prevention-oriented health care system.