I’m Being Honored by Glendale Educational Foundation

by Patrick Nemechek, D.O. on February 25, 2017

I’m being acknowledged for my achievements in Health and Science by the Glendale Educational Foundation. I went to elementary, junior high and high school in the school district operated by Glendale, California.

Good thing I stuck with science, I would of never made it playing football! Thanks to all my patients who have believed in me as we explored and discovered treatments for a wide variety of conditions ranging from AIDS to autism. Could not of accomplished half of my work without your support.

And thank you most of all to my wonderful wife Jean Nemechek for her endless support, wonderful writing skills, and tireless work. She is the strength behind my endless pursuit of disease reversal.


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