Performax Labs introduces our newest Rep.

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  1. Alright maybe you guys overlooked my previous post. Performax Labs and myself will be creating a contest for all AM members, and plan on giving out 10 Free Powermax Tubs. Yes, you read that correctly, 10 FREE POWERMAX TUBS!

    It's already pretty great that we allow anyone to try a sample absolutely risk free, right?

    Well let the giveaways begin. Stay tuned for details and contest rules/restrictions. From day one we have believed in this product, glad to see more and more doing the same as well! Thanks for the support and love guys. I think a contest would be a great way for me to reach out to the AM community and make a proper introduction.

    -Dr.Veritas
    Former- Performax Labs Online Company Rep.
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  2. Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Veritas View Post

    I think dkgreene88 hit the head on the nail. I wouldn't necessarily say I'm an undergraduate student or your typical pre-med student. My undergraduate studies was in Economics and conducted various research projects related to Public Health and Diabetes prior working in Finance. My knowledge in nutrition and diabetes management is what lead me to quit my career in Finance.

    Summary:

    2005-2010:Economics B.A./City Planning/Public Health minors from UC Berkeley
    2010-2011:Investment Banking Renewable Energy ,Multiple Myeloma Bone Cancer Research, Volunteer Student researcher Endocrinology Dept.
    2011-2013: Health Careers Program through Harvard University(basically my pre-med business), Diabetes Research at Joslin Diabetes Center
    2013-2014/15: Angrogel/TRT research; coursework in exercise physiology, biochemistry, pharmacology, epidemiology

    I'm a career changer in terms of your typical pre-med applicant. Unlike other students, I'm in no rush to apply. I'd like to gain 1-2 years of research specifically in Endocrinology and hypogonadal disorders prior to applying. It's a long haul either way, why not do it right?

    Hope this clears some things up!
    So why do you call yourself a dr.? Not being rude just wondering... I have my masters and teaching credential but I wouldn't call myself a teacher until I had finished. Is this common? Welcome anyways!
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  3. They call me dr. Love

  4. Quote Originally Posted by Afi140 View Post
    So why do you call yourself a dr.? Not being rude just wondering... I have my masters and teaching credential but I wouldn't call myself a teacher until I had finished. Is this common? Welcome anyways!
    Afi140, I can totally see your perspective on the use of "Dr." and how it maybe misleading to some. I'm in no way stating I'm a board certified physician or M.D.

    Dr.Veritas was just something that encompasses my character and future aspirations.

    -I want to be a Doctor, hence the "Dr."
    -I pride myself on integrity, truth and virtue, hence the latin word "Veritas"

    As I've mentioned earlier, I would like more physicians taking a stand on preventative measures and lifestyle modifications in the treatment of patients. The pill-pushing and 10 minute consultation type of doctor is not who I want to become. A doctor of truth and virtue is what I aspire to be.

    On the forums I want to bring the truth and help others as well with unbiased and valuable insight.

    That was way too long, I guess my name sounded way more sickkk @ the time..haha

    -Dr.Veritas
    Former- Performax Labs Online Company Rep.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.Veritas View Post
    Thanks alot Budman7811! I find the application of lifestyle modifications in medicine key to preventing diseases and extending the onset of disease. My personal experience, struggling with genetic predisposition to diabetes, hypothyroidism, gynocomastia allowed me to witness the benefits of adjusting lifestyle factors. With years of researching, dieting, training beginning since the 6th grade, I've managed to overcome many of health complications and hormonal abnormalities without the administration of prescription drugs.

    For that reason, I want to take my time conducting endocrinological research while learning more of long term impacts on disease prevalence with a preventative approach. Doctors and Pharms love pushing pills to treat diseases, but placing an emphasis on preventing and curing diseases seems to be overlooked. Doctors, and future Doctors such as myself need to be well versed in nutrition, exercise physiology and supplementation to make the most of patient evaluations. I guess FDA/Pharms influence is far too great and there is money to be made so long diseases are diagnosed and treated.
    So did you just call different endo offices and request a chance to volunteer? I'm wanting to get into endocrinology, as a PA though, I couldn't do much more school lol, let alone med school!

    - Valdez
    The Physique Biochemist
    Biochemistry Major
    Your Physique AND Credentials Should Back Up Your Position
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  6. He's been busy but ill get him in here today to answer this!
    Performax Labs Online Company Rep.
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  7. Quote Originally Posted by Valdez View Post
    So did you just call different endo offices and request a chance to volunteer? I'm wanting to get into endocrinology, as a PA though, I couldn't do much more school lol, let alone med school!- Valdez
    Hey Valdez,Sorry for the delay, the research position has been kicking my ass this week with numerous conferences and inability to get online as frequently. It's funny that you mention "calling differen endo offices," thats essentially how I started off my approach. I would identify all department chairs and research coordinators, and do quite a bit of homework on their research/publications. Lets just say I sent 50+ personalized cover letters before landing my current position. I'm sure having relatively prestigious academic institutions on my resume helped get my foot in the door. But what differentiated myself from others, was my level of preparation for specific positions and my hunger to learn. I made it clear, I'm not simply trying to enhance my medical school candidate profile, meaning I want to commit considerable amount of time.I'm blessed to having the opportunity to work alongside Dr. Ronald Swerdloff, who is a legend within the endocrinological community. Dude the amount of schooling makes me cringe at times, but it's the light at the end of the tunnel that keeps me going.
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