CYRUS RAFIE, Ph.D. a Medical Physicist, is one of the most experienced users of Hyperthermia in the world with more than 25 years of experience in Hyperthermia research and treatment delivery. Cyrus Rafie established one of the most active Hyperthermia treatment programs in the world in Los Angeles and has been involved in Hyperthermia treatment of more than 2,500 patients, totaling more than 10,000 treatment sessions. These patients were treated utilizing a variety of Hyperthermia technologies such as Ultrasound, Microwave, Localized Current Field and different techniques (deep, superficial, interstitial) to achieve the maximum result for each patient.
Cyrus Rafie brings extensive experience and leadership from some of the area’s leading cancer centers. Previously, he served as Chief Administrative Officer for the Radiation Oncology Department at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) campus and the Revlon Breast Center. He worked at Long Beach Memorial Hospital for over 20 years, beginning as a Research Associate and later as a Medical Physicist in the Radiation Oncology Center. Cyrus Rafie has co-authored 5 peer reviewed scientific papers in the field of Hyperthermia, all published in major journals. In addition, he is a guest speaker at major national and international scientific meetings. Currently, he is involved in assisting patient treatment with Hyperthermia at The Center for Thermal Oncology, a private Clinic located in Santa Monica, California, dedicated to treating the whole patient.
Cyrus Rafie received his Bachelor’s Degree in Biological Sciences from Loyola Marymount University, Master’s Degree in Biological Sciences from California State University of Dominguez Hills and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of La Verne. He is currently a doctoral candidate at California Coast University.
Dr. Rafie may be contacted by phone 888-580-5900, e-mail CRafie@ThermalOncology.com and website www.ThermalOncology.com.
He will speak on Hyperthermia – A Clinically Proven Non-Toxic Treatment for Cancer.