Dr. Steven Froelich joins us to discuss possible ways for people living with Sickle Cell disease to reduce the added stress of going to the ER. Dr. Froelich is a Team member on the Beverly Hills Police Department’s Crisis Negotiations Team as well as being a member of their Peer Support Team. He also serves as a Mental Health Professional with the Los Angeles County Fire Department’s Critical Incident Stress Management Program. http://stevefroehlichphd.com/
We have a very inspirational conversation with Amy Mason. Amy is the director of the Sickle Cell Freedom Cruise, a nanny and someone living with Sickle Cell Disease.
Today we’re speaking with many of the presenters and attendees of the recent HD-Care symposium on Huntington’s Disease at UCI. Dr. Neal Hermanowicz (http://www.nealhermanowiczmd.com), Stem Cell Ambassadors from Americans For Cures (http://americansforcures.org), Allen Fernandez of I’m Curable (http://imcurable.org), Frances Saldañia, the President of HD-Care and Dr. Sarah Hernandez (http://www.hdcare.org/board-of-directors.html).
Axis Advocacy celebrates Black History Month with Rev. Gordon Clay Bailey of Unitarian Universalist Church of the Verdugo Hills and Gerald C. Rivers, who will perform his rendition of the words of Martin Luther King Jr. For more than three decades Rivers has enacted the speeches of the late Dr. King. http://www.uuverdugo.org/
Our guests today are C. Randal Mills, President and Chief Executive Officer of California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM), Kevin McCormack, Sr. Director Public Communications & Patient Advocate Outreach of CIRM and Bob Harman, Chairman & CEO of VetStem. All three guests have some fascinating things to tell us about how stem cells are curing both people and your pets.