1 Sherrie Gould, Executive Director of the Summit For Stem Cell Foundation, and Andres Bratt-Leal, Director of Research and Development for the Foundation, talk about life-changing research being conducted by Bratt-Leal and the Foundation that would dramatically enhance the lives of those living with Parkinson’s Disease. Gould and Bratt-Leal are joined by two Parkinson’s patients – Douglas Burcombe and Michael Abrams – who will participate in a 28 mile hike to Machu Picchu with 30 other hikers/trekkers on October 8. Gould, Bratt-Real, Burcombe and Abrams talk about the critical need to raise money for this important stem cell research. go here citing an essay mla https://www.dimensionsdance.org/pack/96-best-viagra-in-india.html how to write a brief biographical sketch get link how to present a business plan see source site https://pharmacy.chsu.edu/pages/general-essays/45/ here source site thesis logo icon go to site best term paper writers click here https://creativephl.org/pills/ed-s-for-sale-from-india/33/ https://bigsurlandtrust.org/care/clomid-zonder-controle/20/ essay about slavery renaissance man movie essay argumentative essay about arranged marriages follow link cover letter email follow url write an essay about your neighbours popular custom essay ghostwriting site for college follow url paper writing services legit craigslist viagra markham ontario discipline essay topics get online homework help sample resume technical writer
2 Martha Murphy, Leader/Founder of the Dystonia Support & Advocacy Group of San Diego County, is joined by Emmy-award winning guitarist, Billy McLaughlin, to talk about this neurological disease. McLaughlin, an Ambassador for the Dystonia Medical Research Foundation, won his first Emmy in 2013 AFTER being diagnosed with Dystonia. McLaughlin will be performing in San Diego on October 15.