James Bicher MD
President at Bicher Cancer Institute, Oncology, Alternative Cancer Treatment
About James Bicher MD
After earning his medical degree from Hadassah Medical School in
Jerusalem, James Bicher, MD embarked on a career in medicine. Dr. Bicher
moved to America shortly after graduating, and became an Associate
Professor of Pharmacology at the University of Arkansas for Medical
Sciences. James Bicher, MD held the position for three years, before
moving to Buffalo, New York, where he became Roswell Park Memorial
Institute’s Associate Chief of the Department of Radiation Medicine.
In the late 1970s, Dr. Bicher set up residence in Detroit, where he took on his newest role as the Henry Ford Hospital’s Director of the Non-Ionizing Radiation Cancer Treatment Center. Subsequently, he moved to Southern California in 1982, becoming the Chief of the Hyperthermia Clinic for Western Tumor Medical Group in Van Nuys, located just outside Los Angeles. It was during these early years in Southern California that Dr. Bicher decided to open his own clinic.
In 1983, Dr. Bicher opened the Valley Cancer Institute in Panorama City, California. One of the largest hyperthermia cancer clinics in the nation, it has the means and facilities to treat dozens of patients a day. Dr. Bicher has been its Director since its opening, and renamed the clinic to the Bicher Cancer Institute in 2010.
Aside from his professional work, James Bicher, MD has also served on the editorial board for several medical publications, including Microvascular Research, Neurological Sciences, and Radiology. He also was the Associate Editor of international medical journal, Endocurietherapie/Hyperthermic Oncology.
He currently resides in the Los Angeles area.