IN HONOR OF ALL VETERANS FROM DR. LEWIS OBI, USMC/USN AND MY STAFF OF GREAT AMERICANS
LOOK FOR NEW VETERANS STEM CELL PROGRAM IN OUR NEXT BLOG
Tuesday November 11th, 2014
World War I _ known at the time as –The Great War” – officially ended when the Treaty of Versailles was signed on June 28, 1919
However, fighting ceased seven months earlier when an armistice, or temporary cessation of hostilities, between the Allied nations and Germany went into effect on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month. For that reason, November 11, 1918, is generally regarded as the end of –the war to end all wars.”
Äand my own father, H.D. Obi U.S.Army served in that war.
As a Marine and Naval Medical officer, I served in two wars and my five brothers served in multiple wars. We are a family of warriors and as noted on the cover of an international plastic surgery publication, Plastic Surgery Practice, I was featured as an –Aesthetic Warrior”.
The unnamed patient on the cover forefront is 92 year old T. R. Roebuck who is a patient and a treasured friend. T.R. served in General George Patton’s Army and was part of the Normandy –D Day” Invasions in June of 1944. Roebuck has made numerous appearances on the History Channel and today I would like to pay special homage to his legacy. Semper FI.
CELL SURGICAL NETWORK OF FLORIDA ANNOUNCES NEW WOUNDED WARRIOR STEM CELL PROGRAM FOR VETERANS
As a grateful and patriotic American I have dedicated my life to the service of my country, first as a Marine and then as a Physician. After medical school I reenlisted as a Naval Medical Officer during the Viet Nam War and have taken care of our –Wounded Warriors” ever since. It is therefore only appropriate to provide veterans with the most advanced care medicine has to offer. Cell Surgical Network is one of the few providers of stem cell therapies in the U.S.
We are currently conducting an Investigational Review Board (IRB) studying multiple orthopedic, neurologi