Mark J. Holterman, MD, is the University of Illinois College of Medicine’s professor of surgery and pediatrics, where he is responsible for educating both medical students and those in residency. Dr. Mark J. Holterman is also a cofounder of the Alliance for the Advancement of Cellular Therapies (AACT), which is dedicated to the expeditious and ethical advancement of regenerative cell therapies.
While AACT aims to standardize regenerative treatments like stem cell therapies, as a non-profit organization it relies heavily on sponsors and donors.
When you choose to donate to AACT, you are helping the organization achieve its goal of making cell therapies a standard healthcare option for patients who could benefit from such procedures. Your donation enables AACT to broaden the public’s awareness of cell therapies and their many benefits, while also allowing the organization to provide more training and education to professionals.
For donations, AACT accepts major credit cards as well as checks. If you want to make a substantial donation, a pledge allows you to commit to a certain sum and spread the payments out over time. AACT also encourages donors to ask their employers about donation matching to see if their company has such a policy. Any donation can be made in tribute to either a loved one or an important milestone, such as an anniversary.
To learn more about the Alliance for the Advancement of Cellular Therapies, what it does, and how you can help, visit aact.co.