Providing Helpful Information & Support For Stroke Survivors & caregivers

"Today's Health Report" is a 2-minute syndicated TV news segment that was created 5 years ago by The Stroke Channel.TV founder, Christopher Ewing.  Mr. Ewing asked one of his closet friends to host the series, Dr. Cindy Grines.  Dr. Grines is a world-renowned medical pioneer.  In 2003, Dr. Grines performed the first stem cell transplant into a human heart in the United States.  She has written numerous books and has been featured on "Good Morning America", CBS Evening News and more.


Ironically, the first segment Mr. Ewing & Dr. Grines filmed was on a 17 year old stroke survivor! 

"Today's Health Report" is a 2-minute syndicated TV news segment that was created 5 years ago by The Stroke Channel.TV founder, Christopher Ewing.  Mr. Ewing asked one of his closet friends to host the series, Dr. Cindy Grines.  Dr. Grines is a world-renowned medical pioneer.  In 2003, Dr. Grines performed the first stem cell transplant into a human heart in the United States.  She has written numerous books and has been featured on "Good Morning America", CBS Evening News and more.


Ironically, the first segment Mr. Ewing & Dr. Grines filmed was on a 17 year old stroke survivor! 

Lecture with Bruce H. Dobkin, MD, FRCP, UCLA Professor of Neurology, Director of Neurological Research and Rehabilitation, discusses the aspects of stroke, as well as advances in post-stroke
neurological rehabilitation. 


Dr. Dobkin is responsible for developing 

the first stroke unit at UCLA Medical Center‚Äč

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