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Everything You Wanted to Know About HEALTH ISSUES and Were Afraid To Ask

Everything You Wanted to Know About HEALTH ISSUES and Were Afraid To Ask

Is your life at a risk? Join the Ambassador of JOY, Barry Shore, as he interviews the two leading lights in 21st century Medicine.  Meet inventor and visionary Jennifer Martucci and Dr. Michael Richman who collaborated to bring PALADINMDS.com, a medical advocacy and guidance program for people who want to avoid life threatening health issues. Dr. Richman is one of America’s top cardiothoracic surgeons and a passionate advocate for doing medicine correctly. This means overturning decades of wrongheaded allegiance to practices that don’t work and can harm the patient. You’ll be amazed as Barry asks Jennifer and Dr. Richman to explain what is wrong with the current system and how this can be rectified. Their answers will stun you. Please feel free to share YOUR views with us, the show is all YOURS!

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Show Notes:

  • 00:45 – Barry’s rousing introduction
  • 14:17 – Everything You Wanted to Know About HEALTH ISSUES and Were Afraid To Ask
  • 24:40 –
  • 41:55 –
  • 52:21- Barry’s Interesting Wrap-up

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About Jennifer Martucci

Jennifer Martucci is the Founder of Incentient, LLC and serves as the company’s CEO. Jennifer headed product direction from application design through final production of Beta software and hardware platforms. Also directing marketing efforts, Ms. Martucci’s vision carries through from product inception to client acceptance in 26 countries.

 

About Michael Richman

My journey in medicine began in eighth grade when I read “The Living Heart” by Drs. Michael Debakey and Antonio Gotto and I subsequently gave an oral presentation to my science class on Mitral Stenosis. It was at that time, during middle school, that it became clear to me that nothing would stop me from realizing my dream of becoming a cardiothoracic surgeon. My dad always used to tell me that I should shoot for the stars, and if I fell short, at least I knew that I tried and did not let the fear of failure hamper my ability achieve any of my dreams.