Monthly Archives: March 2017
Dr. Clay Siegall: Co-Founder of Seattle Genetics

Not many physicians end up starting their own company. Most of them spend their careers working with a handful of private medical companies. Dr. Clay Siegall has done both. The most of his career, he’s worked at his own company, Seattle Genetics, Inc. While his time at other companies was brief, he gained a lot […]

Stem Cell Therapy Offers Promise To Pulmonary Fibrosis Patients’

The new therapy developed by the Lung Institute is breathing an air of hope to pulmonary disease patients’. Many of the infected persons were despondent, but the success of stem cell therapy is rejuvenating them. The treatment has shown exemplary performance in mitigating the effects of pulmonary fibrosis, a condition regarded as terminal. Stem cell […]

Communicating to clients may be more important than you know

In the interview on of David Giertz, Senior Vice President of Nationwide Financial Distribution and Sales, performed by Veronica Dagher, a columnist for WSJ Wealth Adviser, the main topic of discussion is the lack of communication that financial advisers have with their clients about Social Security. When it comes to a subject such as […]

George Soros Aims To Establish Rightful Democracies Across The World And Help People While Doing So

In the beautiful world of Philanthropy, George Soros is a well-known name. George is a man who has played an extremely vital role in people’s lives by helping their countries choose the best political leaders as mentioned on Politico. George has been part of numerous political movements all over the world and has always fought […]

An In-Depth Look at Comparative Constitutional Law Authority; Sujit Choudhry

  Comparative law studies the differences and similarities between the existing laws of different nations. Specifically, comparative law studies the various legal systems in existence including civil law, common law, Jewish law, Hindu law, Islamic law, Chinese law and socialist law. This field of study also includes describing and analyzing legal systems of other nations. […]