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Cave, Stephanie F(eehan) 1944-

CAVE, Stephanie F(eehan) 1944-

PERSONAL: Born April 19, 1944, in New Orleans, LA; daughter of Robert H. (an accountant) and Stephanie (a cashier; maiden name, Nock) Feehan; married Donald G. Cave (an attorney), September 2, 1967; children: Christopher, Michael, J. Patrick. Ethnicity: "Irish/Caucasian." Education: Louisiana State University—Baton Rouge, B.S.; Louisiana State University—New Orleans, 1966, M.S., 1978, M.D., 1983. Politics: Democrat. Religion: Roman Catholic.

ADDRESSES: Home—3913 Lake LaRouge Dr., Baton Rouge, LA 70816. Offıce—10562 South Glenstone Pl., Baton Rouge, LA 70810. E-mail—[email protected] com.

CAREER: Ochsner Foundation Hospital, medical technologist, 1966; Louisiana State University—Baton Rouge, research technician, 1966-70, instructor in clinical chemistry, 1979; Earl K. Long Memorial Hospital, Baton Rouge, LA, chief intern, 1983-84, chief resident in family medicine, 1985-86; physician in private practice of integrative family medicine, Baton Rouge, 1986—; Louisiana State University, member of clinical medical faculty, 1986—; public speaker; guest on media programs. Board member of Primecare and Unlocking Autism; affiliated with Baton Rouge Green, Baton Rouge Arts Council, Baton Rouge Foundation, and Friends of St. Alphonsus.

MEMBER: International Association of Oral and Medical Toxicology, American Academy of Environmental Medicine, American College for the Advancement of Medicine, American Academy of Family Physicians (fellow), Association of Christian Therapists (member of board of directors), Institute of Functional Medicine, Louisiana State Medical Society, Louisiana Academy of Family Physicians, East Baton Rouge Parish Medical Society.


(With Deborah Mitchell) What Your Doctor May NotTell You about Children's Vaccinations, Warner Books (New York, NY), 2001.

Contributor to medical journals, including Interact and International Journal of Pharmaceutical Compounding.

WORK IN PROGRESS: Research on autism, women's health, allergy, and metal toxicity.



Mothering, March-April, 2001, "Mercury in Your Vaccines"; fall, 2002, "Autism."

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