NOBLE WINES WINE TASTING, UKRAINE BENEFIT AND BOOK LAUNCH
To educate the public and discuss the future of stem cells with the media and the public, Professor Ernst von Schwarz, MD, PhD, FESC, FACC, FSCAI, a world-renowned cardiologist and stem cell research pioneer, will host an event surrounding the release of his new book, The Secret World of Stem Cell Therapy: What YOU Need to Know About the Health, Beauty, and Anti-Aging Breakthrough on May 18th in Newport Beach, California.
May 18, 2022, 5:00—9:00pm
The Lido Lawn, 3300 Newport Blvd, Newport Beach
Open invitation for Dr. Ernst von Schwarz’s book launch party and red-carpet event. Also serving as a fundraiser for aid to Ukraine, this star-studded event will feature a red-carpet welcome, a book signing and Q&A, and speeches from several acclaimed doctors in the rejuvenated medicine world with details on the future of stem cell therapies.
Celebrities in Attendance include:
Drea De Matteo, Josie Davis, Sofia Milos, Frank Stallone, Fabio, Jeff Fahey, Angela Oakenfold, Lisa Gastineau
- 6:00pm: Welcome Address – Discovering a Cure for Aging with Dr. Paul Bogaardt, MBA, MSC, PhD, HeartStem
- 6:15 pm 6:45 pm: Nitric Oxide in Regenerative Medicine with Dr. Nathan Bryan, PhD, University of Texas-Houston
- 6:30 pm: The Ukrainian Medical Mission with Dr. Janette Nesheiwat, MD, Medical News Expert, NY.
- 6:45pm: The Secret World of Stem Cell Therapy with Dr. Ernst von Schwarz, MD, PHD
- 7:00 pm: Reception and Cocktails featuring Nobel Vines Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir, Cabernet, and Merlot; Chandon sparkling wine, and a featured Prosecco TBD. http://www.noblevines.com
- 8:00 pm: Book Signing and Q&A with Dr. von Schwarz
According to a world-renowned cardiologist and stem cell research pioneer Professor Ernst von Schwarz, MD, PhD, FESC, FACC, FSCAI, who is also the author of the new book, The Secret World of Stem Cell Therapy: What YOU Need to Know About the Health, Beauty, and Anti-Aging Breakthrough, “Stem cell therapy is considered to be the most important discovery in modern medicine, likely bigger than the discovery of penicillin or the detection of the tuberculous bacteria. It is the path to rethinking the traditional dogmas of several pathophysiologic concepts. It has also made us reconsider the definitions and meaning of cell death, processes of aging and degeneration, and the natural course of diseases.”