About Dr. Tabor & Lillie Shockney

Aaron Tabor, MD

About Aaron Tabor, MD

After graduating from The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Dr. Tabor devoted his career to helping people live a life they love through medical research.

Over 1 million women have already trusted Dr. Tabor for better nutrition and health education. His prevention through nutrition research projects with leading hospitals include cancer, weight loss, younger-looking skin, hair, and nails, glycemic-index, cholesterol, pain, and hormonal health.

Dr. Tabor educates other doctors about diet and lifestyle research as the Diet & Alternative Medicine Section Editor for The Journal of Medicine. He has authored numerous books, papers, and patents in the fields of medicine and nutrition.

His recent co-edited book Nutritional Cosmetics: Beauty from Within (Elsevier) is the first medical textbook on “inside-out makeover” science—foods and supplements to make you look younger from the inside out. L’Oréal, Nestlé, and others contributed to this cutting-edge work.

Dr. Tabor is Founder of Gene Facelift, a Johns Hopkins’ biotech spin-off developing anti-aging and anti-wrinkle gene therapy drugs. Gene Facelift’s drug technology is designed to replace damaged skin DNA in order to heal wrinkles and reverse the aging process.

Contact Dr. Tabor at DrTabor@fightBCnow.com

About Lillie Shockney, RN, BS, MAS

Lillie Shockney, RN

Lillie has survived breast cancer twice and is a tireless champion for breast cancer advocacy. She is the University Distinguished Service Associate Professor of Breast Cancer and Administrative Director of The Johns Hopkins Breast Center. Additionally, Lillie is an Associate Professor in the Department of Surgery and Department of Gynecology at The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and an Associate Professor for The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. She has a BS degree in HealthCare Administration from Saint Joseph’s College and a Masters in Administrative Science from the Johns Hopkins University.

Lillie has worked at Johns Hopkins since 1983 and served as the breast cancer center’s Administrative Director since 1997. She is responsible for the quality of care programs, patient education programs, survivor volunteer team, community outreach at a local, regional and national level, and patient advocacy. Lillie is a published author on the subject of breast cancer as well as a nationally recognized public speaker on the subject. She has written twelve books and more than 200 articles. She serves on the medical advisory board of several national breast cancer organizations; is the ABC News Consultant on breast cancer; and, is the co-founder of a national non-profit organization “Mothers Supporting Daughters with Breast Cancer” at www.mothersdaughters.org.

Lillie’s numerous accolades include The Komen Foundation’s national Professor of Survivorship Award; American Cancer Society’s Voice of Hope Award; American Cancer Society’s Lane Adams Award for Excellence in Caring; National Circle of Life Award; Pharmacia & Upjohn’s “Unsung Hero” for breast cancer; Oncology Nursing Society’s Award for Excellence in Breast Cancer Education; National Consortium of Breast Centers’ Impact Award; Komen Award from the Maryland Affiliate; Avon Foundation’s Spirit of Friends Award; American Plastic Surgery Society’s Patient of Courage award; Yoplait’s Breast Cancer Champion award; Oncology Nursing Society’s Excellence in Survivor Advocacy Award; The Maryland Daily Record’s Healthcare Hero Nursing Excellence Award; and, the National Health Network Service’s Excellence Award. In 2010, she was inducted into the Maryland Women Hall of Fame.

In 2008, The Johns Hopkins Board of Trustees made a decision to appoint Lillie to a chair as a University Distinguished Service Assistant Professor of Breast Cancer. This is the first time in the history of the institution that a hospital nurse has been appointed to a distinguished service designation. She serves as “Ask an Expert” for several breast cancer websites including Yahoo.com and The Johns Hopkins Breast Center’s website. She chairs the National Consortium of Breast Centers QI Task Force. She is an active clinical researcher with a focus on quality-of-life issues for cancer survivors.

Contact Lillie Shockney, RN at shockli@jhmi.edu

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