Meet the Founder:
Lisha Fan, MD, Integrative Oncologist
Founder / President of the International Integrative Oncology Institute (IIOI)
Lisha Fan, MD, received her medical degree from Yangzhou University, Medical College, China (was Yangzhou Medical College) in 1982. From 1982-1983, Ob-Gyn residency training at Taizhou Hospital, Taizhou, China; 1983-1985 Internal Medicine Residency training (mainly at Cardiovascular Lab ) at Subei Hospital, Yangzhou, 1985-1989 Medical/Radiation Oncology residency and fellow training at Subei Hospital, Yangzhou, China. In her late twenties, she has already established the theory of integrative therapies in treating advanced cancer patients. In the patients section of this page you will see some amazing results from her early clinical trials…
In 1989, Dr. Lisha Fan, was the first American Cancer Society fellow from China, trained in Radiation Oncology at Boston University Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, sponsored by American Cancer Society. From 1990-1995, Dr. Lisha Fan was project leader, worked at Medical & Technical Research Associates, Boston, Massachusetts. Her duties were performing physical examination, managing, conducting and instructing clinical trials (phase I-IV), generating source documents, reviewing research protocols and approval of study documents for verification of research data and compliance to FDA requirements. In 1995, Dr. Lisha Fan successfully obtained the Diploma in Acupuncture by National Commission for the Certification of Acupuncturist (United States), in the same year, she opened a clinic in Newton, Massachusetts, treated many chronic diseases including cancer patients. In 1996, Dr. Lisha Fan, successfully passed USMLE (United States Medical License Exam )Step I & II and English Examination, later, she obtained Certification of ECFMG.
From 1998-1999, Ob-Gyn residency training at Brooklyn Medical Center, Brooklyn, New York. From July 1999 to December 2002, Radiation Oncology residency training at Ohio States University Medical Center-James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute, Columbus, Ohio. On May 15, 2002, Radiation Exposure Injury occurred due to the hospital’s OSHA violations.
This Institute was established in September 2012, based on existing Oriental Medicine Cancer Center, that was founded by Dr. Lisha Fan in 2003, to serve most needed advanced cancer patients, after Dr. Lisha Fan suffered Radiation Exposure Injury from Ohio States University Medical Center-James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute in May 2002. The Radiation Exposure Injury court case and related cases are still pending, legal battles for more than ten (10) years, there are still No trial, No evidences hearing, No cross exam, No settlements…