I am on a Northern European cruise with my family and friends on Holland America’s M.S. Rotterdam. This is my first time on a cruise since I was 7 years old and went with my parents on a small trip from New York City to Nassau. Things have changed a lot: casinos, variety shows, and [...]
I finally had a chance to see Michael Moore’s new movie “Sicko.” I saw it with my 17 year old son, Ari, a young man very interested in current affairs and social issues. The movie provided plenty to chew on. And it seemed, at first blush, to be well done.
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Something is wrong, very wrong when there are almost unlimited resources committed for some Americans and very limited resources for others. I know what I am about to say may touch a nerve for some but I am putting it on the table to see what you think.
The other evening I watched a television [...]
A few days ago I hosted a live webcast connecting cancer patients around the world who have Multiple Myeloma with two leading medical experts and a savvy patient. While that’s satisfying, what made it even better was that this webcast came right at the conclusion of the meeting of world experts in that condition. And [...]