My guest today is Guy Mitchell, a Business Man and Author. He will discuss his new book “Global Warming: The Great Deception”-The Triumph of Dollars and Politics Over Science and Why You Should Care” as the definitive new work on the subject of anthropogenic (man-made) global warming. Guy Mitchell, a businessman with the mind of a scientist, takes a holistic approach and combines scientific analysis with an in-depth review of the political and economic aspects of the subject. He uses proven science and scientific facts to refute every claim of the climate alarmists and proponents of the man-made global warming hypothesis.
Mitchell employs his keen sense of business acumen to expose the real drivers behind the claims of man-made global warming: research funding, politics, and global economics. Over $1 trillion worldwide has been spent on global warming research with nothing of substance to show for it. UN climate models are fundamentally flawed; they can not predict historical results or the future. Certain politicians in the US and Western Europe embrace the fraudulent hypothesis with no apparent understanding of the science or the socioeconomic impact that the abandonment of fossil fuels would have on the world economy or the reliability of the power grids that drive it. The man-made global warming hypothesis has been declared an existential threat. Some US politicians want to use the “crisis” to erode fundamental civil liberties protected in the US Constitution. They want to use global warming to limit consumer choice and economic freedom and usher in socialism. To purchase his book, go to Amazon or Barnes & Noble.
Our second guest is Dr. Harmony Garges, Chief Medical Officer at ViiV Healthcare; she will discuss key data from the HIV conference. She will discuss HIV care as patients grow older and where treatment may be headed. The 24th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2022) was this past July, the world’s largest gathering on HIV. It brought scientists together, industry leaders, advocates, and community members to discuss the latest in HIV research.
Incredible advancements have been made in HIV care since the epidemic’s beginning. Today, people with HIV who have access to medication can expect to live as long as the general population. With nearly half of people living with HIV in the U.S. over 50, HIV research and treatment efforts have shifted to consider how to optimize care over the long-term and reduce the number of medications in a complete regimen. New data at AIDS 2022 focused on innovative treatment options that address these considerations and meet the evolving needs of the HIV community. Data include two-drug regimens that reduce the number of antiretroviral medicines people are exposed to daily and treatments for long-term survivors who have developed resistance to other HIV therapies. For more information, go to HIV Treatment Overview or Aging with HIV.
Our third guest, Parul Bajaj – Executive Director, Nissan North America- will discuss the Nonprofits that were Awarded Nissan Foundation Grants In California, New York, Texas, Tennessee, Georgia, Michigan, and Mississippi. Did you know there are over 1.5 million nonprofit and community organizations nationwide? Since 1992, the Nissan Foundation has partnered with these organizations to support educational programs that promote a greater appreciation and understanding of America’s diverse cultural heritage. In fact, to date, the Nissan Foundation has awarded approximately $14 million to more than 150 organizations. To celebrate the foundation’s 30th anniversary, Parul Bajaj, Executive Director of the Nissan Foundation, will discuss the importance of nurturing an appreciation for cultural differences and the benefits of building diverse communities, how we can all get involved, and the work of the 2022 Nissan Foundation grant recipients. She will share how Nonprofits in Your Area Can Apply For a Grant in the 2023 Grant Cycle.
Parul Bajaj is Senior Manager, Philanthropy for Nissan North America, responsible for leading the company’s corporate giving and philanthropy strategy for the U.S. She also serves as executive director of the Nissan Foundation, overseeing activities related to the Foundation’s ongoing support of educational programs that celebrate and foster diversity. Bajaj joined the Nissan Corporate Communications team in March 2016 and brought extensive experience from Bridgestone and FedEx.
Our last guests are Dr. Ahmed Elkhananya Breast Cancer Expert at the University of Alabama, and patient Melissa living with breast cancer. Melissa will share her story about how she managed her diagnosis and treatment during the Pandemic. Dr. Elkhanaya will discuss if breast Cancer is detected early, the disease can be easier to treat. He will also discuss the current research showing that COVID-19 may have contributed to fewer early-stage diagnoses, potentially due to the cancellation of cancer screenings. And the doctor shares why the importance of Early screening. Dr. Elkhananya is an