Claus Hancke M.D. FACAM
Claus Hancke graduated 26 years old in 1974 from the University of Copenhagen.
After 5 years internship, he was general practitioner for 10 years in the social security system in Denmark, and from 1988 private practise in Copenhagen specialized in Orthomolecular Medicine.
He founded in 2000 the first Danish Institute for Orthomolecular Medicine.
Since 1987 he is postdoc. educated in Orthomolecular Medicine, especially in USA, and is
Diplomate of the International Board of Chelation Therapy.
He is chairman of the Scandinavian Board of Chelation Therapy and member of the Board of Danish Health's Council on Integrative Medicine. He has been the initiator and organizer of 3 international Health Trends congresses in Copenhagen (www.health-trends.dk ), is Fellow of the American College for Advancement in Medicine (www.acam.org ) and co-founder of the Danish Society for Orthomolecular Medicine (www.dsom.dk ), the organization for civil rights in health MayDay (www.mayday-info.dk ) and the Danish Vital Council (www.vitalraadet.dk ).
Hancke has written several scientific articles, and for 10 years educated physicians (general practitioners) for The Danish Medical Association.