Cesar Castro-Marin, M.D. Medical Doctor

Cesar Castro-Marin was born in Mexico City, Mexico on February 26, 1944. Dr. Castro-Marin was married. He and his wife had two children. He became a United States citizen. Dr. Castro-Marin was self-employed in private practice with Policlinica San Xavier, Phoenix, which he founded and in which he served as medical director. His current positions included: The Arizona-Mexico border health foundation, Vice President; National Confederation of Hispanic American Medical Associations, Washington, D.C., Assistant Secretary; Medicina y Cultura Magazine, Greenwich, CT, editorial board member; Intertourist Health Services, Inc., Phoenix, President; Prensa Hispana, Phoenix, Medical Editorialist; and San Xavier Maternity Center, Phoenix, Medical Consultant.

Dr. Cesar Castro-Marin's education included: University of Mexico School of Medicine, Mexico City; Pre-Graduate Internship, The Mt.Vernon Hospital, Mount Vernon, New York, 1967-68; Post-


Graduate Internship, The Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, N.Y., 1970-71 and Residency in Obstetrics & Gynecology, 1971-75. Certifications: Licensed to practice medicine in Mexico and in the states of New York and Arizona.

Dr. Cesar Castro-Marin's teaching and academic positions included: Obstetrics/Gynecology Clinical Instructor, 1975 and Gynecology/Oncology Clinical Instructor, 1975-77 at The Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, N.Y. He served as attending physician at Good Samaritan Hospital, Phoenix, 1979-present. Dr. Castro-Marin served as an independent investigator with the National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, Maryland, 1977-present.

Dr. Castro-Marin held membership with several associations :The Mount Sinai Alumni, New York, N.Y.; American College of Cryosurgery; American Association of Gynecological Laparoscopists; Maricopa Medical Association, Phoenix, Arizona; Gynecologic Laser Society, Founding Member; European Society of Medical Oncology; The Lulu Clifton Society, Phoenix, Arizona; Colegio Interamericano de Medicos y Cirujanos; American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine; and Arizona Latinamerican Medical Association (ALMA), founder.

Dr. Cesar Castro-Marin received recognition: Teacher of the year, Good Samaritan Hospital, Phoenix, 1980 and 1999. He received the Community Health Award, El Sol Newspaper, Phoenix, Arizona. His publications have been numerous, among them, "Esperando su Bebe" a book guide of Pregnancy and Delivery. Dr.Castro-Marin, alone or with colleagues, published over thirty articles in medical journals related to Obstetrics, Gynecology and female Cancer. Among Dr. Castro-Marin's publications were: "Pelvic Laparoscopy," The Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine, 43,2,1976; "Localization of 17 Beta Dyhydrogenase in human endometrium by hystochemical methods," Journal of Steroid Biochemistry, 7:1976; "Laser treatment of condylomata acuminata in pregnancy," The Journal of Reproductive Medicine, Vol. 26, 574-576, 1981.