Advancing Voluntary, Informed Consent to Medical Intervention
Philip Incao, MD, is board cetified in New York and Colorado. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from Wesleyan University, and received his medical degree from Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. His postgraduate education included the US Naval School of Submarine Medicine, Emerson College in Sussex England where he studied Philosophy and Ethics, and a clinical clerkship in Arlesheim, Switzerland. Dr. Incao was a Lieutenant Commander in the Medical corps in the US Naval Shipyard in Cal.
Dr. Incao was one of the first practitioners of Anthroposophic Medicine in the U.S. His special interest is learning how to apply Rudolf Steiner’s profound insights into the human being to practical healing. He has been studying children’s health, the immune system, infections and vaccinations since 1970, and has given many lectures and written several articles on these topics. He practiced Anthroposophic medicine for 23 years in Ghent, NY, while also serving as the Medical Director of a community residence for handicapped adults. Since 1996, he has been in private practice in Colorado. Dr. Incao has provided public testimony has lectured and written widely in medical news letters about the relationship between inflammation and cancer, understanding infection, and the benefits and risks of immunization. He has served as expert witness in numerous cases – in Brooklyn, NY, Burlington Vt, Boulder Col, Grand Rapids, Mich, Fort Worth Texas, to name a few.
Dr. Incao serves on the Advisory Boards of the Foundation for Health Choice in Washington DC, Alive and Well AIDS Information Network, The Los Angeles Alliance for Childhood Altadena, and The National Vaccine Information Center. He has provided public testimony, lectured and written widely in medical news letters about the relationship between inflammation and cancer, understanding infection, and the benefits and risks of immunization. His article “Supporting Children’s Health” in Alternative Medicine Digest magazine (1997), generated much interest; it reprinted in Asia, Norway, Canada and Australia. Dr. Incao wrote two chapters and the concluding summary of the book, The Vaccination Dilemma (2002), edited by Christine Murphy. Dr. Incao has served as expert witness in numerous cases throughout the U.S.