Mark Newman to Participate in A4M Fellowship Debate


McMinnville, OR — (April 7, 2020) –  

The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M) has invited Precision Analytical Inc. founder and president, Mark Newman, to participate on a panel debate for their virtual advanced education course, Fellowship, Module I – Endocrinology on May 14, 2020. This continuing medical education event is part of the foundational modules of A4M’s Fellowship in Anti-Aging, Metabolic, and Functional Medicine course, which would have been held at A4M’s Spring World Congress, postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, A4M is now offering this course virtually, May 14-16.

Mark will sit on the panel titled, Hormone Testing: A Debate, on Thursday, May 14 at 1:30 p.m. (EST) and will be joined by David Zava, PhD, Andrew Heyman MD, MHSA, and Sahar Swidan, PharmD, FMNM, ABAAHP.

The A4M Fellowship is an interactive educational experience with modular training including hands-on clinical training and web broadcasts, while teaching all participants the knowledge and skills they need to effectively practice anti-aging, regenerative, and functional medicine. The Fellowship programs are comprised of the latest findings and research in the areas of endocrinology, cardiology, neurology, cancer therapies, nutrition, and a variety of other fields.

About Precision Analytical
Precision Analytical is a CLIA certified laboratory run by a team of dedicated scientists with combined experience of over 50 years in performing laboratory tests and developing novel testing methods. We exist to make it easier for patients and their healthcare providers to find answers to complex clinical questions which affect their lives every day. Our unique hormone testing and reporting methods create better tools for healthcare providers to explore hormone issues with their patients. We are fully committed to the mission of improving the lives of those who trust us for their laboratory testing needs.


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