PERMISSION TO TALK
HEALTH FAIR COMING
JUNE 25TH 2016
ABOUT OUR EVENT
"Permission To Talk is a fundraiser created by the Ol’Loreece Foundation to save and extend the lives of men by pairing much-needed health information with music and entertainment into an annual event."
A report from the Center for Disease Control says that women are 33% more likely than men to see a doctor for a medical problem. Plus, women survive men by more than five years on average, compared to just a one-year difference in 1920. The Men’s Health Network reports that men die at higher rates than women for all of the top 10 causes of death, from heart disease, to cancers, to cirrhosis.This is why the Ol’Loreece Foundation started this event.
We don’t think health education should mean attending a stuffy seminar filled with medical jargon. Our goal is to create awareness through an annual event that pairs easy-to-understand information with music and entertainment, putting a face on difficult topics and opening the door for men to speak about their health and well-being in a comfortable environment.
-HEALTH PROFESSIONALS PROVIDING KNOWLEDGE, AWARENESS AND ACCESS TO HEALTH INFORMATION THAT COULD SAVE THE LIVES OF MILLIONS TODAY.
-RAFFLES AND GOODY GIVEAWAYS
Assistant Clinical Professor, Interventional Radiology
As a board-certified interventional radiologist, Dr. Picel combines diagnostic and clinical expertise in conditions spanning vascular disease, oncology, urology and women’s health. Dr. Picel’s research interests encompass a wide range of vascular and nonvascular image-guided procedures, including endovascular abdominal aortic aneurysm repair, transcatheterarterial embolization for treatment of uterine vascular malformations, treatment of postpartum hemorrhage and invasive placenta, endovascular treatment of pelvic congestion syndrome, and radiographic evaluation and treatment of prostatic hyperplasia. Dr. Picel has published extensively in peer-reviewed journal and has also authored abstracts as well as book chapters on cardiovascular diagnostic imaging, and prostatic artery embolization. Education & Training: Fellowship: Interventional Radiology, University of California, San Diego Residency: Diagnostic Radiology, DIRECT Interventional Radiology Pathway, University of California, San Diego Internship: General Surgery, University of California, San Diego Medical Degree: Wake Forest University, Bowman Gray School of Medicine, Winston-Salem,North Carolina.
An incredible act and one worth watching, saxophonist Marcus Anderson is
the golden child shining among stars. With ten studio albums on his list
of accomplishments, the fusion jazz artist brings R&B, Pop, Rock, Latin and
Funk to make music that puts listeners in another atmosphere. Charting
number one in both categories of Billboard's Smooth Jazz and Sirius XM’s
Watercolors with his exceptional hit “A Cup Of Joe” from the album *And
Coffee *the Spartanburg, SC native is delivering major music in a humble
way. His work with the late Prince and the New Power Generation led him to
join stages with the likes of Ceelo Green, where he has become a key
contributor to Green’s touring band.