Dr Cabot is the Medical and Executive Director of the International Health Advisory Service. This service was established in 1982 and since that time has provided free help to people all over the world via phone and the Internet.
Dr Cabot graduated with Honours in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Adelaide in South Australia in 1975.
During the early 1980s she spent 6 months working as a volunteer doctor at the Leyman hospital, which was the largest missionary hospital in Northern India.
Dr Cabot is a pilot and uses her Beechcraft Baron aircraft to do regular work for the Angel Flight Charity, which provides free transport for patients with severe disabilities in remote towns. Dr Cabot’s aircraft has done nearly 200 flights since January 2007 for the Angel Flight Charity.
Dr Cabot has conducted health seminars all over the world and has been asked to lecture for numerous health organisations such as The American Liver Foundation and the Annual Hepatitis Symposium. Dr Cabot continues to do many health seminars, most of which raise thousands of dollars for local charities.