About Dr. Dunn

Dr. Dunn is a board certified orthopedic surgeon and a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthepedic Surgery. His internship was completed at the Montefiore Hospital in New York, and his orthopedic residency at the Hospital for Special Surgery, Cornell Medical Center in N.Y.C. He has been in private practice in Miami, Florida for 30 years. He is on the staffs of the Miami Heart Institute and Mt. Sinai Hospital in Miami Beach Florida. For several years he was chief of the Orthopedic Department of St. Francis Hospital (Miami Beach). He attends many Orthopedic conferences to keep abreast of the latest techniques. He also lectures on IAGH treatment in the U.S. and abroad.

He has over 30 years of clinical experience in Orthopedic Surgery, and has concentrated on diseases and injuries of the hip, knee, and ankle. He has performed several thousand successful operations.

He has performed research on laboratory animals for over 30 years, and has learned a great deal about the effects of growth hormone on tissue. He is considered by some to be the world's expert on the use of growth hormone to regenerate cartilage. He holds a U.S. PATENT (No. 5,368,051) for the IAGH process, and he has additional U.S. patents for this IAGH process, and many other patents in 8 European countries. Several new patents are also pending.

Dr. Dunn has treated patients with IAGH for 10 years and has observed that most patients have shown measurable improvement. No serious side effects have been reported in patients treated with IAGH.

DISCLAIMER
It would be unreasonable to think that every person will benefit from IAGH treatment. No medicine helps 100% of patients, nor is any medicine without some side effects. Dr. Dunn therefore offers no guarantees or warranties, expressed or implied, as to the success of this treatment. While no serious side effects have occured, no one can predict if you might be the first to develop a side effect, possibly a serious side effect. We want you to consider this treatment undergoing clinical trials and various alternatives before making your decision to start IAGH.




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