Dr. Mark Holterman Is An Open-Hearted Philanthropist Who Looks To Improve Children’s Healthcare
While Dr. Mark Holterman is a busy man, he always makes time for his philanthropic pursuits, and his support of the International Pediatric Specialists Alliance for the Children of Vietnam (IPSAC-VN) has been nothing short of amazing. While attending the University of Virginia, he met Ai-Xuan Le, his future wife, and they have inspired each other to focus on certain areas of the medical profession (MarkHolterman.WordPress).
Dr. Mark Holterman has also always been interested in regenerative medicine, and this combined with his care for children inspired him to co-found the Hannah Sunshine Foundation, which is a charitable organization that focuses on offering kids regenerative treatments for chronic illnesses they have (http://alivenewspaper.com/2017/11/dr-holterman-battles-childhood-obesity/). As one of the founders of IPSAC-VN, he has been to Vietnam and has seen, for himself, the lack of pediatric care. His charity now joins together medical professionals in Vietnam with those in the United States so they can improve healthcare for children in the area.
Dr. Mark Holterman earned his degree while studying at the University of Virginia School of Medicine, and he has put it to good use over the years. With more than 2 decades of experience as a surgeon and doctor, he has helped countless adults and children. His research in the fields of cancer, obesity, and stem cell treatment has earned him plenty of recognition, but it is his passion, drive, and big heart that have earned him the respect and love of the communities he works in.
By connecting physicians and other talented medical professionals with investors and others who offer funding, Dr. Mark Holterman has kept many peoples’ dreams alive. Since many people want to make an impact on the world through their investing but have no idea where to start, he has come along and built the bridges between investors and medical professionals who ready to change the world through their research and hard work.