To my children, wonderful wife, and all those who have stuck with me through adversity, this is for you. The light will always prevail.
Anthony L. Kleinsmith N.D., Ph.D. Dr. Anthony Kleinsmith, is the President and founder of Immune Tree, Inc. He received dual degrees from Chatworth College; his Ph.D. is in Nutritional Science and he is a board certified Doctor of Naturopathy. Dr. Kleinsmith has 18 years of experience in the research of nutritional health. He has been formulating for Immune Tree as well as other companies around the world for the past 16 years. For more information on Immune Tree, and products formulated by Dr. Kleinsmith please visit the following websites:
ImmuneTreeInc.com LeptiTrim6.com LimuZ6Plus.com
Donald H. Lein, DVM, Ph.D. Dr. Donald H. Lein received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Cornell University and a Ph.D. from the University of Connecticut in Pathology. Dr. Lein has served as Chairman of the Department of Population Medicine and Diagnostic Science as well as Director of the New York State Animal Health Diagnostic Laboratory at the College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. He has been Administrative Director of the New York State Mastitis Control Program and Quality Milk Service Program that serves thousands of dairy farms in New York State and Northeastern States. During Dr. Leinâ€™s 38 years of university service, teaching and research, he has authored numerous scientific publications, received outstanding awards for distinguished service and outreach programs for veterinary medicine and taught several veterinary students at Cornell University basic skills in obstetrics, reproduction, pathology and diagnostic medicine. Dr. Lein has served on several national boards, organizations and federal advisory groups. He is past president of the American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians, currently President-Elect of the United States Animal Health Association, a member of the USDA/Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service/ Wildlife Service advisory committee, and a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association Council on Public Health and Regulatory Veterinary Medicine. He has held numerous positions on scientific boards, government agencies, industry, livestock and animal group committees. Dr. Leinâ€™s current interest is in the biological activity of bovine colostrum, preventive medicine and its effect on public and animal health and diagnostic medicine. Dr. Lein is currently Professor Emeritus at Cornell University.
Published on Oct 15, 2010
Published on Oct 15, 2010
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