The Official Website of Alfred L. Anduze, M.D.
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- A. L. Anduze
Alfred Lee Anduze, M.D. is a native Virgin Islander, born in Christiansted, St Croix, with family roots in France, Puerto Rico, and Southern United States. As an American/West Indian, he grew up among the great storytellers and fabricators of a small but widespread multi-ethnic community and acquired an unquenchable love of reading and original stories.
He comes from a solid line of writers, including his grandmother, Mildred V. Anduze, father, Aubrey A. Anduze, and Leonard Anduze, Eric Anduze, Rosa Pagés Anduze of France and Pablo Anduze of Venezuela. While as a practicing ophthalmologist producing scientific papers for journals and lectures for the international circuit was a vocation, writing original stories has been his passion.
After serving his community as Assistant Commissioner of Health, President of the Ophthalmological Society of the West Indies, Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology at University of Florida, Editorial Board of the Annals of Ophthalmology, and lecturing in 32 countries, he holds an Andrew Weil Fellowship in Integrative Medicine and a Master's certificate in Herbal Medicine. In 2012, he retired to farm medicinal plants and organic coffee in the mountains of Puerto Rico. Away from the halls of conventional medicine, he strongly advocates that the best way to treat disease is not to get sick in the first place.
With a basic interest in biology, botany, biochemistry and physics, he's currently in pursuit of the desire for enlightenment available through books and the natural lure of creative writing which rotates around original stories of life in the Caribbean and medical textbooks designed to explain the intricacies of disease, health and well-being in the 21st century.
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Un-Usual People: The Elderly, Disabled and Their Caregivers
Tentative Date: February 2023
Caribbean Tails, Volume III,
A Mushroom Romance
Tentative Date: June 2023
Nutrition: How We Eat
Tentative Date: June 2024
Mental Stimulation and
150 pages, handbook
Tentative Date: January 2026
Exercising for Health: Keep Moving
150 pages, handbook
Tentative Date: June 2027
Medicinal Plants: How and
Why They Work
250 pages, textbook
Tentative Date: June 2028
A Toxic World and your Health
200 pages, handbook
Tentative Date: January 2030
Cornea, two volume set
(book II, chapter 55 Pterygium)
Migration of Medicinal Plants from Perú to Puerto Rico
upcoming title releases
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