Dr. Mark Holterman, a committed member of American Diabetes Association (ADA), works so hard to provide solutions on diabetes in the medic world. Recently, ADA announced a joint initiative with Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. The partnership was established to curb the increasing rate f type 2 diabetes in teens and children. ADA and Children’s Hospital Los Angeles have developed a program known as Camp PowerUp.
Camp PowerUp utilizes an evidence-based curriculum to engage youth in physical activities and train them on how to make healthier food choices to help reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes. The program primarily targets young people between 8 and 16 years taking place in churches, parks, camps and after-school time.
The two merged organizations believe that providing programs such as Camp PowerUp will help curb the growth of type 2 diabetes. Moreover, Dr. Mark Holterman is a philanthropist and has supported a vast array of charitable organizations such as the international Pediatric Specialists Alliance for the Children of Vietnam (IPSAC-VN) among others.
IPSAN-VC, for instance, depends on the support of humanitarians. The volunteers such as Dr. Mark provide services such as training, training, surgery, and lecturing at medical schools and hospitals across Vietnam. Volunteers who want to support IPSAN-VC are kindly expected to have a visa and passport that is at least six months valid after the trip date. Also, they should provide a copy of their professional license and CV.
Mark Holterman, a medical school graduate of the University of Virginia, is a lecturer at the University of the University of Illinois, college of medicine teaching surgery and pediatrics (LinkedIn). Dr. Mark is passionate about providing tremendous improvements in medicine and finding a cure for chronic health issues like diabetes.
Moreover, Dr. Mark Holterman has received many awards such as the Innovative Research Awards from the ADA among others. He has worked so hard to help co-found organizations such as the Hanna Sunshine Foundation and the Advancement of Cellular Therapies Foundation (https://ideamensch.com/mark-holterman/). Dr. Mark is also a board member of many organizations such as Target Cell, Inc., among others. Dr. Mark Holterman is passionate about helping the society lead a healthy life.