Kathryn Tucker, JD speaks about Psilocybin with IMmortal Foundation

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Kathryn Tucker, JD speaks about Aid-In-Dying Legislation with IMmortal Foundation

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Dr. Lonny Shavelson speaks about California’s End of Life Option Act (EOLOA) with IMmortal Foundation

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Kathryn Tucker, JD speaks about California’s End of Life Option Act (EOLOA) with IMmortal Foundation

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IMmortal Foundation’s introduction of the End of Life Option Act

The June 9, 2016 implementation of California’s End of Life Option Act [AB-15] presents special challenges for the nation’s most populous state. The strongest opposition to the implementation of California’s Aid-in-Dying Law comes not from the public, nor from political or judicial caveats. Rather, it comes from doctors who assert that this Law violates their Hippocratic Oath and their obligation as doctors to “do no harm” to their patients. The Oath states: “I will use treatment to help the sick according to my ability, but never with a view to injury and wrongdoing. Neither will I administer a poison to […]

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Transcendent Thought and Market Leadership 1.0: How to Lead Any Profession, Anywhere in the World

Bruce Wright’s mother died the day before Leszek and Bruce met for the first time. Bruce went forward with the meeting and the two wound up talking for almost 4 hours. Amongst Bruce’s many financial insights were deep, often spiritual observations about being human. He characterized IMmortal Foundation as a “truly transcendent” idea and he has been a mentor and friend ever since. Bruce Wright’s new book, “Transcendent thought and Market Leadership 1.0. How to Lead Any Profession, Anywhere in the World”, speaks of IMmortal Foundation in the chapter on “Transcendent Philanthropy”: “Lesh and I formed a profound connection almost […]

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Bhopal: A Prayer For Rain Screening at “Films That Change the World”

IMmortal Foundation sponsored the Keynote Address of Tim Edwards, Executive Trustee of the Bhopal Medical Appeal, a charity that helps victims of the 1984 industrial disaster in Bhopal, India.  Described as the world’s worst industrial disaster, this tragedy claimed the lives of over 15,000 people, and has injured over 550,000 others.  Mr. Edwards traveled from London to the Canon Theater in Hollywood to deliver an eloquent and compassionate summary of the outstanding work of the Bhopal Medical Appeal.   His April 4, 2015 keynote address was given following the screening of “Bhopal, A Prayer for Rain” – a feature film […]

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