Dr. Emanuel Revici’s Grand-Nephew becomes resident physician at Revici Treatment Center in New York City – Letters to the Editor
We are pleased to announce that Radu Kramer, MD, a grand-nephew of the late Dr. Emanuel Revici, is now the resident physician at the Revici Clinic in Manhattan.
Revici brought Dr. Kramer out of Romania (their native country), in the early 1980s, so he could finish his medical training in the US.
As a student, Dr. Kramer lived in his great uncle’s Park Avenue apartment for several years. Talking together during off hours, Revici explained his scientific theories and method of clinical practice to his avid kinsman.
After his residency, Dr. Kramer specialized in diseases of the kidney, earning Diplomates from the American Board of Nephrology and the American Board of Internal Medicine.
He opened a private office in New Jersey and gained privileges at two Jersey hospitals; the University Medical Center in Hackensack, and Valley Hospital in Ridgewood.
Recently, struck by the number of cancer patients unable to respond to standard care, he decided to give some terminal cases Revici’s non-toxic selenium compounds.
The results impressed him; the majority showed improvement and returned to a near-normal lifestyle.
When the Revici treatment center relocated to East 28th Street in April (where they share a suite of offices with the Metropolitan Wellness Group), Dr. Kramer felt it was time to integrate Revici’s therapy into his practice.
This May, he began scheduling patients at the new quarters. His days and hours: Monday, and Wednesday through Saturday, from mid-morning to mid-afternoon.
Inevitably, people who knew Dr. Revici will look for resemblances. A little over six feet, and still trim, Radu Kramer doesn’t conjure up the compact figure of his great uncle. But his bearing, dress, and manner impress one as similar.
Emanuel Revici, innately dignified and courteous, habitually wore dark suits matched with conservative ties. Patients drew encouragement from his confident tone, his compassionate dedication to their needs. Dr. Kramer appears to have inherited these characteristics.
Andrew Brown, IV
Revici Foundation for Lipid Biochemical Research
c/o Metropolitan Wellness Group, Inc.
31 East 28th Street, 6th Floor
New York, New York 10016 USA
For appointments with Dr. Kramer, Dr. Kramer’s fees, and further information about Dr. Revici, please contact Ms. Elena Avram at the above address, phone, or fax number. The Revici Foundation is a nonprofit organization devoted to perpetuation of Revici’s treatment and wide appreciation of his pioneering studies on lipids and physiopathology.
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