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Dr. Robert Keller

Robert H. Keller, M.D., F.S., FACP
Dr. Keller, the creator of MaxGXL and a pioneer in glutathione research, served on the scientific review panels for the National Institutes of Health and the VA. The Consumers' Research Council named him one of America's Top Physicians in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, and 2007 in the fields of Internal Medicine, Immunology and Hematology. Dr. Keller also served on the faculties of the Mayo Graduate School of Medicine, the University of Wisconsin and the Medical College of Wisconsin (Marquette Univ.) He published more than 100 original articles in various scientific and medical journals and was awarded several patents. Additionally, Dr. Keller was elected to The Board of Governors of the American Academy of HIV Medicine.


Dr. Robert H. Keller, one of the world’s leading scientists dedicated 10 years of research and development into MaxGXL to assist the world in its quest for a higher quality of health. Out of all the biological processes that Dr Keller could have focused his attention on, he chose to investigate a way to naturally optimize the body’s production of glutathione.

Around 1996, Dr. Keller began working on a supplement to raise one's intracellular glutathione levels. His many years of trial and error led to a great success as in 2006 he introduced  MaxGXL.

MaxGXL is such a powerful product it has been given a compositional patent normally reserved for pharmaceutical drugs. It is marketed by Max International solely through Max distributors.

Watch Dr. Keller explain glutathione and MaxGXL here:






Dr. Keller discovered that the most prevalent, powerful and multifunctional antioxidant in the human body –
employed by every organ – is glutathione.

Glutathione (GSH) is a small protein produced naturally in our cells if the requisite precursors are present.          It functions both as an antioxidant and an antitoxin and is a major defense system against illness and aging.

Our glutathione level actually indicates our state of health and can predict longevity. It has been suggested that   in the future, GSH levels will be closely monitored.

There are over 70,000 medical articles currently published on GSH, yet most health professionals have only a vague idea of its significance. In the near future, the importanceof glutathione will be widely recognized.

EDUCATION AND TRAINING
1966 Bachelor of Arts in Biology Master of Science in Biology Fordham University, Bronx, New York
1966 Bachelor of Arts in Biology Master of Science in Biology Fordham University, Bronx, New York
1970 Doctor of Medicine (MD) with honors Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1970-1974 Internship, Resident and Senior Resident University of Rochester, Rochester, New York
1974-1976 Fellow and Senior Fellow Department of Immunology Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota
1976 Master of Science in Immunology Mayo Graduate School of Medicine Rochester, Minnesota

PROFESSIONAL AND FACULTY POSITIONS
2006 Founder, CSO and Director of Medicine KBK Institute of Advanced Medicine Hollywood, Florida
2001 Founder, Chairman, CEO & CSO Phoenix BioSciences which has developed a new first in class and first in man viral-host interaction inhibitor for HIV / AIDS
1999 Founder, Chairmain,CEO and CSO Vitimmune, Inc Hollywood, Florida
1998 Voluntary Adjunct Professor Miller School of Medicine, University of Miami Miami, Florida
1996 Chairman and CEO Immune Balance Technologies Hollywood, Florida
1994-2006 Director of Medicine & Research BIODORON Medical Center Hollywood, Florida
1994-1995 Consultant in Immunology and Hematology Health Professionals, Inc and Center for Special Immunology
1992-1995 Director Immune Reconstitution Program Center for Special Immunology
1992-1995 Medical Director Center for Special Immunology Miami Beach, Florida
1987-1996 President and Medical Director The Wilson Bode Center Fort Lauderdale, Florida
1986-1987 Associate Director of Research and Development Coulter Immunology Coulter Electronics, Inc., Hialeah, Florida
1982-1986 Medical Director Wilson Bode Center for Hematology and Immunology Research Milwaukee, Wisconsin
1982-1986 Clinical Professor Department of Health Sciences (Hematology, Immunology, Flow Cytometry) University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wisconsin
1982-1986 Associate Professor Departments of Medicine and Biophysics Medical College of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wisconsin
1982-1986 Clinical Investigator and Staff Physician Zablocki VAMC Milwaukee, Wisconsin
1980-1982 Director of Immunology Midwest Children's Cancer Center (Immunology, Flow Cytometry, Transplantation) Chief of Immunology Milwaukee Children's Hospital Milwaukee, Wisconsin
1980-1982 Associate Professor Department of Pediatrics (Hematology/Oncology, Immunology) Medical College of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wisconsin
1979-1982 Clinical Associate Professor Department of Health Sciences (Hematology, Immunology, Flow Cytometry) University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wisconsin
1978-1980 Research Associate and Staff Physician Research Service Zablocki VAMC Milwaukee, Wisconsin
1977-1980 Assistant Professor Department of Medicine (Hematology/Oncology) Medical College of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wisconsin
1977 Consultant And Assistant Professor Department of Immunology Mayo Medical School Dept. of Medicine University of Minnesota
1974-1977 Fellow and Senior Research Fellow in Immunology Mayo Clinic Foundation Mayo Graduate School of Medicine Rochester, Minnesota

HOSPITAL STAFF APPOINTMENTS
1976-1977 Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota
1977-1986 Zablocki VAMC, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
1977-1986 Milwaukee County Medical Complex, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
1992-1997 Mount Sinai Medical Center, Miami Beach, Florida
1992-1999 Cleveland Clinic Hospital, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
1992-1999 Miami Heart Institute, Miami Beach, Florida
1997-1999 Palmetto General Hospital, Hialeah, Florida
1997- 2005 South Shore Hospital, Miami Beach, Florida
1997- 2005 Memorial Medical Center, Hollywood, Florida
1992- Broward General Medical Center, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
1997- Hollywood Medical Center, Hollywood, Florida

FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS
1967-1969 Health Professions Scholarship
Temple University School of Medicine
1974-1975 Mayo Foundation Research Fellowship
Mayo Graduate School of Medicine
1975-1978 National Arthritis Foundation Fellowship
1978-1981 VA Career Development Award, Research Associate
1983-1986 VA Career Development Award, Clinical Investigator

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