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Goals of the IPSAC-VN

Mark Holterman

Mark Holterman, MD, an expert in stem cell therapy and regenerative medicine, has practiced medicine for nearly three decades. Currently, Dr. Mark Holterman serves as a professor at the University of Illinois College of Medicine in Peoria, where he teaches coursework in surgery and pediatrics.

Outside of his professional work, Dr. Holterman also supports medical non profit organizations that include the International Pediatric Surgical Alliance for the Children of Vietnam (IPSAC-VN). IPSAC-VN, a 501 (c) (3) philanthropic organization, works to enhance children’s healthcare in Vietnam by building capacity and enhancing the quality of medical services.

Currently, the organization’s goals include the provision of medical training for Vietnamese professionals through lectures, interactive sessions, and medical school support. In addition, IPSAC-VN seeks to improve children’s medical care by providing new medical equipment and collaborating with Vietnamese colleagues.
The organization also works to improve healthcare access by identifying barriers to care and implementing innovative clinical delivery models. Moreover, IPSAC-VN strives to identify children without access to healthcare, so that steps can be taken to ensure they receive care.

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