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Impact with Martin Sheen Exploring Molecular Medicine in a New Report
Date:6/7/2013

Hollywood, CA (PRWEB) June 07, 2013

The producers of Impact Martin Sheen are pleased to announce a new series of reports exploring the nexus between technology and healthcare that is helping to bring new treatments for disease and illness into patient care.

Impact Martin Sheen is an independently produced television series airing in markets around the country on public television. The program is hosted by the legendary Martin Sheen, who is marking the start of his second half-century in American entertainment in 2013. Mr. Sheen has developed a reputation as one of Hollywood’s most respected actors during a career that includes more than 60 film appearances.

Martin Sheen Impact is talking to researchers and other scientists about how molecular medicine is changing how doctors view disease and treatment. By exploring the building blocks of sickness, researchers are able to work on new treatments that attack disease at its very building blocks. In this new report, audiences will see how these new treatments are already showing promise for patients around the world who are suffering from a number of diseases.

The producers of Impact with Martin Sheen will distribute the new report in July. Check local listings for air times on public television and PBS affiliates in individual markets. For more information the producers can be contacted via the official website for the show at impactptv.com.

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