Beverly G. Lansden, MD Ret.
Internal Medicine, Endocrinology, Anti-Aging, and Regenerative Medicine
1965-69 Bachelor of Science, Medical Technology, Univ. of Cinti
1969-72 Supervisor of Blood Bank, Bethesda Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio
1972-79 Employed as Research Technologist, University of Cincinnati Hoxworth Blood Center.
To date, 22 peer reviewed studies on PubMed.gov (under a previous married name)
1979-83 Medical School, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (for MD certification)
1983-86 Residency and Board Certified in Internal Medicine, The Christ Hospital, Univ. of Cinti.
1986-88 Fellowship and Board Certified in Endocrinology, Univ of South Carolina at Charleston
1988-92 Endocrinology practice in Charleston, SC
1992-2015 Endocrinology practice in Gulfport, MS, focusing on diabetes, thyroid and weight control
2005-2007 Board Certified in Antiaging and Regenerative Medicine.
2007-2015 Added Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy and natural therapies over drugs.
2013-Present LifeVantage Independent Distributor
Ralph Thomas (Tom) Hageman, Pn1.
1965-1966 Attended Xavier University, Cincinnati, OH
1967-1987 U.S. Army Reserves
1968-1972 Customer Service Rep. Data Processing Service Bureau
1972-1995 Sales and Marketing of Business Forms
1995-2008 Independent Distributor of Printed Business Products
2008-2014 Customer Service Agent, Gulfport-Biloxi Int’l Airport
2014-Present LifeVantage Independent Distributor
2019 -ToastMasters Certification: Distinguished ToastMaster (DTM)
2020 – Certification in Nutrition
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