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Big Questions with Cal Fussman

Mar 7, 2023

Phillip Stutts, a political marketing guru who has helped engineer more than 1,500 election wins
including three presidencies, had 650-million stem cells injected into his esophagus to combat Achalasia. This disorder destroys the nerves and muscles in the esophagus which normally push food down toward the stomach -- and makes it difficult to eat. Phillip’s experience gives us a look at the medical frontier at a time when stem cell treatments have reportedly cured HIV. His moonshot approach will give a lot of hope to a lot of people.​​