Dr. Mitchell Levy's career began in Italy, where he attended The Medical University of Bologna, a school steeped in 900 years' worth of wisdom. After graduating in 1971, Dr. Levy relocated to the United States, honing his skills during residencies and internships at hospitals such as the Long Island Jewish Medical Center. He eventually entered private practice, and it was there that he found a specific cause: breast cancer. Dr. Levy even helped in clinical studies for a new treatment device, the PEM Flex, which can examine cancer at the molecular level—much like a group of students shrunken buy their science teacher. He continues to help patients battle the disease at his current practice in Fort Lauderdale. Although the fight against breast cancer remains his focus, Dr. Levy also administers cosmetic treatments such as Botox.