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Marc  Siegel, MD

Marc Siegel, MD

Marc Siegel, MD, is a Medical Correspondent for Fox News, a practicing internist, professor of medicine at NYU Langone Medical Center, and Medical Director of Doctor Radio at NYU and Sirius/XM Satellite Radio. He is also a weekly columnist for the Los Angeles Times Health section, a member of the board of contributors at USA Today, a columnist and blogger for Foxnews.com and Forbes, and a frequent contributor to the New York Post, Slate, and other publications. He is the author of several books, including The Inner Pulse: Unlocking the Secret Code of Sickness and Health.

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Marc Siegel, MD is a practicing internist, an associate professor of medicine at NYU Langone Medical Center, and the Medical Director of Doctor Radio with NYU Langone and SiriusXM Satellite Radio. Dr. Siegel helped create Doctor Radio and put it on the air.

Dr. Siegel is also a senior Fox News Medical Contributor, medical co-host of Sunday Housecalls and the main on-air correspondent for health reform.

Dr. Siegel is the author of False Alarm; the Truth About the Epidemic of Fear, and Bird Flu: Everything You Need to Know About the Next Pandemic, and the new Ebook, Swine Flu: the New Pandemic, profiled by Publisher's Weekly.

Dr. Siegel is also a member of the board of contributors at USA Today, where he contributes opeds regularly, as well as to the LA Times, NY Post and Wall Street Journal. He has written extensively about influenza for Slate and is an expert in examining contagions, as well as the fear that accompanies them.

    "I attribute much of the success of attracting this large audience was largely due to the respect and acclaim you have gained through your impressive medical knowledge as evidenced through your numerous published newspapers and magazine articles, as well as the very interesting books that you've authored. Your great skill at presenting difficult topics to a general and professional audience is also very remarkable." "

    - National Museum of Health & Medicine

    "Dr. Siegel was one of the most highly-rated speakers at our training institute, and he set a strong tone that carried through for the rest of the meeting. Attendees' comments included: Very thought provoking...Excellent speaker and information...Interesting concept - different way to address situations...Very timely topic...Excellent, both his speech and his use of media...Good perspective to take away."

    - The National Mental Health Association

    "The campus feedback was very positive about the entire event, and particularly this session, thanks in great part to Dr. Siegel's participation and his commitment."

    - International Affairs Symposium, Lewis & Clark College

    "Dr. Siegel's program 'Health Scares in the Media' was one of the most stimulating and thought provoking presentations we have heard in some time. The issues he is addressing, the immediacy of the content, and the implications of his remarks made for an extremely engaging session."

    - General Internal Medicine at the NYU School of Medicine, Grand Rounds

    "Dr. Siegel's presentation was extremely well documented and has caught the interest of a packed house. Both the immediate relevance of the subject matter and the qualities of the speaker made this presentation an astounding success."

    - Featured speaker at the "Pain Management Strategies for the Primary Care Practitioners" Meeting