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Prof. Massimo Bonucci

Massimo Bonucci M.D. born in Viterbo, graduated from the University of Pisa in 1986
Director of Clinical Pathology and Pathology Nursing Home San Feliciano
Specialist  in Pathology
Specialist  in Medical Oncology
Teacher Training College and Master at University of Milan and University of Chieti
Board and Advisors of “Foundation for Collaborative Medicine and Research” Connecticut – USA

Dr. Philip A. Salem

Dr. Philip A. Salem

(Honorary member)

Dr. Philip A. Salem, Researcher, is Oncologist with 35 years of experience in research and treatment of cancer.

He acquired this experience at two of the major centers for the treatment of cancer in America: Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York and M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, at which he served as Professor of “cancer drugs”.

Prof. P.A. Salem, among other things,  was awarded the title of Commander of the Italian Republic for high scientific merit by the Honorable  Mr. President Oscar L. Scalfaro.

Former Chairman of the Journal of Oncology, Consultant Oncologist at the White House, is currently Director of Cancer Research Program at St. Luke’s Episcopal School, and Clinical Professor of Medicine, University of Texas Medical School.

Dana F. Flavin, M.D.

(Honorary member)Dana F. Flavin M.D.

Flavin Pharmaceuticals, Inc Greenwich, CT


Foundation for Collaborative Medicine & Research

Founding Director

Washington, D.C. USA

International Medical Research & Consulting


Haus Burkstetten, Berg, Germany

Ralph W. Moss, Ph.D.

(Honorary member)

The medical writer Ralph W. Moss, PhD, has written on the question of cancer research and treatment. He is a graduate of New York City public schools, New York University (BA, cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, 1965) and Stanford University(MA, 1973, PhD, 1974, Classics). The former science writer and assistant director of public affairs at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York (1974-1977), for over 30 years Moss has independently evaluated the claims of various cancer treatments, conventional and nonconventional. He currently directs The Moss Reports, a periodically updated library of detailed reports on 200+ varieties of cancer diagnoses.

He was a founding advisor to the National Institutes of Health’s Office of Alternative Medicine (now the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine or NCCAM) and to the NIH Cancer Advisory Panel on Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAP-CAM). He has been a member of the Advisory Editorial Board of the PDQ System of the National Cancer Institute (NCI). He is a member of the board of directors of the Cancer Prevention Coaltion and is an advisor to Breast Cancer Action, the National Brain Tumor Foundation, the Susan J. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, the Life Extension Foundation, the RAND Corporation and the Medline-listed journal,Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine.

He has been an invited lecturer at many institutions, including Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (Grand Rounds, Surgery, 1999), Howard University Medical School (Grand Rounds, Family Practice, 2003), the University of Arizona Medical Center (Grand Rounds, CAM, 2007), the Department of Energy, American Cancer Society, and many other universities, medical schools, and medical society meetings in the US and abroad.

He has a particular interest in new European developments in integrative oncology. On October 31, 1998, he was made an honorary member and scientific advisor of the German Oncology Society (“DGO”), the first American to be so honored. Since 1997 he has spoken at “Medicine Week” in Baden-Baden six times. In October, 2004 he spoke at the Seventh Pfältzer Conference on Integrative Cancer Care in Bad Bergzabern, Germany. The previous year he spoke on the “Chemoprevention of cancer at Santa Famiglia Hospital in Rome, Italy, organised from M. Bonucci M.D. In 2005, he gave the Todd Cancer Institute Grand Rounds Lecture at Long Beach (Calif.) Memorial Medical Center and led the History of Science Seminar at the National Library of Medicine of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD.

Di Fede Giuseppe M.D.

Degree in Medicine and Surgery 1991, at the University of Milan

Specialist in Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics, Preventive Medicine.

Graduated  in Homotoxicology and Integrative Humanities year 1995 ending a three-year course of the Italian Association of Homotoxicology (AIOT-Milan).

Perfected in Natural Medicine and Biotechnology in 1994. Post-graduate University Course, Institute of the Faculty of Medicine of Milan.

Graduated in Integrative Natural Medicine and Biotechnology at the University of Milan concluded a series of seminar courses of two years in 1996.

Graduated in pain therapy and prolo-therapy (regeneration of the paravertebral ligaments) by means of local infiltration technique, supported by American professors in Milan in 2000.

Degree  in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine awarded after a four-year course at the School of Traditional Chinese Medicine SOWEN, Milan, in 2003.

Expert in Oncology Radiofrequency hyperthermia with a view to broadening the technical data for hyperthermia and research.

Coordinator of the three-year course of specialization in Natural Medicine and Biotechnology.

Adjunct Professor at the University of Pavia.

He Applies his experience in the medical-biological process for the biological rehabilitation.

Freelance in Milan, he works in immunology with particular attention to immunosuppression  and immunodeficiency acquired syndrome and autoimmune diseases, Homeopathy, Phytotherapy, Dietetics and organic foods, Allergy and food intolerance, diagnostic bioenergetics with use of functional bioelectronics, use of Laser Biophoton in homotoxicology and mesotherapy and acupuncture points, Neuraltherapy sec.Huneke, diagnostics Japanese acupuncture points with measurement of Peripheral Evoked Potentials. Traditional Chinese Agopunture.

Medical Director of the Institute of Biological Medicine in Milan



Dr. Carlo Pastore

Dr. Carlo Pastore

Degree in Medicine and Surgery in 2001 at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”

Specialization in Medical Oncology in 2005

Improvement with honors in Hyperthermia Oncology,  in 2006

Researcher at the Department of Clinical Medicine of Policlinico Umberto I in Rome, Oncology Consultant for the area of Sofia Medical Center (Sweden)

Oncology  and capacitive Hyperthermia consultant at  Hilu Medical Center (Marbella, Spain)

Head of the Division of Oncology, Nursing Home Villa Salaria in Rome.

Prof. Vezia Mei


Specialist in Clinical Medicine

Specialist in Cardiology

Specialist in Legal Medicine

Lecturer of General Physiology

Nursing Home Medical Director “Mater Dei”-Rome-

Member of the Scientific Committee “Study Center in Life Sciences”, University G. Marconi – ROME

Piero Bizzarri

Piero Bizzarri

Studies of high school in the financial and technical disciplines. He has held positions of Director of Training of staff in major Insurance Companies. Currently, he is Insurance Broker of national and international companies. He also serves as  Managing Director and Finance Advisor of the CIAS group spa.

Mario Bonucci

After graduating from high school, he began his career in the field of Interior Design, by engaging in the study of issues related to the complex supply of the Retail Shop.
After the experience in Italy, he has a couple of years working in Moscow (RUSSIA) for an important company of Design and production of interior furnishings.
He developed in Italy a large Consortium of Companies (of which he is General Manager).
In recent years he founded the CIAS Group SpA.
Person sensitive to the problems of people, from this year, did join the CIAS Group SpA and its associates to Found Word Program, the World Food Program to help and to raise awareness and fight hunger in the world.

Dr. Gianluca Pazzaglia

Dr. Gianluca Pazzaglia

A graduate of University of Perugia.

Specialist in Diagnostic Imaging

Founder of Preventive Medicine School NIGUARDA Hospital in Milan

Prof. at the University of Chieti

Felice Bonucci

Dr Felice-Bonucci

He has conducted Academic Engineering studies at The University of  Pisa in the 80’s.

He began his career as a pioneer of automated design and production engineering.

Technical Director for several engineering companies in the sector molds and automation.

He currently lives and works in the United States in Detroit, where he held the position of Global Director for the Value Management area of a major multinational company  in the Automotive sector and develops activities in Europe, Asia and America.