Advocating for a cure for HIV/AIDS for three decades

“There is something that drives me, and I guess it’s just that we’re not there yet. Until we will, I’ll keep on working.” read more

From quadriplegic paralysis to the pitcher's mound

Only a year ago, Lucas was a paraplegic. Now he's throwing the first pitch at a baseball game. read more

A Four-Year-Old Confronts Her Diabetes Head-On

Just two days shy of her 4th birthday, Brooklynn Hamilton was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. At such a young age, Brooklynn was initially ... read more

California’s First Embryonic Stem Cell Recipient

“In my heart, I believe that being in a wheelchair is temporary. In my lifetime, I’m going to walk. So, it helps know there’s something over the horiz read more

Meet the only person to be cured of HIV

Meet Timothy Ray Brown, also known as the “Berlin Patient.” He’s the only person in history who has been treated successfully for HIV—and ... read more

Partially paralyzed, wholly lucky

Antonio Quistian grew up in San Diego, California, surrounded by motorcycle enthusiasts. He was a healthy young man, who admittedly had never given ... read more

Living the life he wants, with vision and hearing loss

Brendan Gellman has built a successful marketing career in some of the biggest cities in the country. He’s lived an amazing life in New York, Los ... read more

A Long-Distance Endurance Test for This Parkinson’s Patient

John Ball was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease when he was 39. Parkinson’s is an incurable, progressive neurodegenerative disease of the ... read more

Pushing Back Against Parkinson's Disease

"In February of 2007, my wife Debbie and I traveled to Thailand. We knew something was wrong with me before we left. I was 49 years old." Joe ... read more