Dr. Gaston Conru-Labat, M.D.
Holistic and Integrative Physician and Surgeon, Gastón Cornu-Labat, MD graduated from Facultad de Medicina, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1991. He obtained his specialty title in general surgery from Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine in Youngstown, Ohio in 2001 to then specialize in liver and pancreatic surgery at Virginia Mason Medical Center in Seattle, Washington and became a member of the Pancreas Club, Inc.
Licensed over the past decades in the states of Ohio, Nebraska, Washington, and Texas, after years in academic surgery leading research, numerous publications and international presentations in diverse fields pertaining to his specialty, Dr. Gaston shifted in his career into the study and understanding of the human experience as a whole in all that relates to health and disease and practiced as a rural surgeon in the US mid-west. He incorporated this understanding into his medical and surgical practice.
As a holistic and integrative medical practitioner, he worked for five years with natural medicine pioneer, Dr. Jonathan V. Wright, MD, and his team at the Tahoma Clinic in Seattle. During that time, he developed extensive expertise in natural, nutritional and anti-aging medicine. He also participated in numerous seminars for non-pharmacological pain management based on the technique discovered and developed by Dr. Stephen Kaufman, DC, Pain Neutralization Technique (PNT). Dr. Gastón authored, with Dr. Kaufman’s contributions, the book “PNT, An Unprecedented Revolution in Pain Management.”
One of the featured experts at the documentary series “The Truth About Cancer: A Global Quest” in 2015, Dr. Gastón was also a featured speaker at the TTAC Live Symposium in 2016. He has participated in other documentaries, radio shows and media productions educating the public.
In February 2017 he joined the Hope 4 Cancer family as Chief Medical Advisor, bringing to the table a unique combination of knowledge and experience ranging from traditional medicines to conventional allopathic, and alternative and complementary healing modalities. He is an integral part of the executive team, advising and closely working to develop and monitor success of treatment protocols consistent with Hope4Cancer’s vision. He works on developing and executing the educational programs for H4C staff doctors and nurses and supervises patient care.