As I have written in past newsletters, we are working with SOMOS Community Care, a network of over 2,500 physicians in New York City, to launch and validate a program to heal patients through plant-based nutrition. We call this our PlantPure Rx program.
We just turned a corner with the arrival of Spring here in North Carolina. Spring means sunshine and warmth, a burst of color, and best of all, March Madness! Yes, I love to play and watch basketball.
It’s that time of the year again, when we look back and wonder what happened to the year. Time flies and our lives are precious, which is why we should not be afraid to take chances. I think courage is borne from an awareness of the temporal nature of our lives.
I am sitting here today watching a cold afternoon rain, which isn’t feeling so bad after an abnormally warm fall. And anything Nature throws my way works for me; it’s all beautiful.
We have not been good about sticking to our newsletter schedule, and for that I apologize. I can assure you, though, it’s for good reason. We have made exciting progress, beyond what we were envisioning even 30 days ago. The skies have opened for us in a way we did not see coming.
Hope all of you are doing well. We are introducing today a new newsletter format. We hope you find this easier to navigate. With this format, you can see our content at a glance and decide what you want to read. For this week’s newsletter, I would like to draw your attention to a website launched by Dr. Jamie Koufman. She has an interesting story, which you can see under the “About Us” tab at DrCampbell4Nobel.org. Dr. Koufman launched this site to draw public attention to the idea that my father should be nominated for the Nobel Prize in Medicine.