Dan and I are virtual buddies. We met through Facebook a couple of years ago and have attempted a podcast before. Our first try, we ended up chatting for almost 4 hours about everything under the sun. I was just fascinated about the exciting life he has created for himself.
Dan is from the States and moved to Japan several years ago. He is a soccer correspondent, amazing photographer, mosh pitter, and soon to married (yay!) with a witty and intelligent mind.
On today’s podcast, we chatted about the difference in Japanese and American bleeding disorder cultures, new drug trial and possible outcomes of the communities with all the potential of the new drugs and treatments on the horizon.
As a mom, I listened to him, and hoped that my son would have as much confidence and independence one day. As a friend, I listened to him and was grateful that we were brought together through our experiences with Hemophilia.
You can find Dan here:
Big thanks to you, Dan. You are always such a joy to speak with. One of these days we will need to meet in person and raise a glass. Looking forward to our next update.
Thanks again to Shire for sponsoring the podcast. If you want more information about the Co-Pay Assistance Program, go to HematologySupport.com