Collinsville, Oklahoma
April 21, 2009
Miscellaneous News

Doctor Recruitment /
Mike Worstell's Neice Climbing Everest /
Alzheimer's HBO Special

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Trip Of A Lifetime

Christi Worstell is on a trip of a lifetime to Nepal. She is a member of a group of 25 friends and family associated with Sabrina Gilmore, EVA flight controller for NASA/JSC, who is coordinating this trip. As a member of this outreach and scientific team, they will participate in exploration, scientific studies and philanthropy. The highlight of the trip will be the assent to Mt Everest Base Camp (18,500 ft) later this week. Christi, granddaughter of Dorothy Worstell and daughter of Earl Worstell of Sugar Land, TX, is a NASA flight controller, Missions Operations for Shuttle Electrical Systems. To check out the team’s progress, go to

Susan Worstell (4/20/2009)

Know A Doctor Looking To Locate?
Local Experts Available to Discuss “The Alzheimer’s Project” and Available Resources

WHAT: Alzheimer’s disease is gaining awareness as its reach grows to include more than 5.3 Million Americans living with the disease. Previously unknown, misunderstood or hidden in the home, people living with Alzheimer's – along with family caregivers and cutting edge research – are the subjects of a new HBO documentary.

Debuting Sunday, May 10th, “The Alzheimer’s Project” is a presentation of HBO Documentary Films and the National Institute on Aging at the National Institute on Health in association with the Alzheimer’s Association, The Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund and the Geoffrey Beene Gives Alzheimer’s Initiative.

WHEN: “The Alzheimer’s Project” will air on the following dates and times:
o Sunday, May 10 at 9 p.m. EST: "The Memory Loss Tapes" – This film provides an up-close and personal look at seven individuals living with Alzheimer's in advancing states of the progression of the disease.

o Monday, May 11 at 7:30 p.m. EST: “'Grandpa, Do You Know Who I Am?' with Maria Shriver" – This film captures what it means to be a child or grandchild of someone living with Alzheimer's.

o Monday, May 11 at 8 p.m. EST (Part 1): "Solving a Medical Mystery: Progress Reports from 25 Leading Scientists" – These two-part films explore the state of research report and take viewers inside laboratories and clinics nationwide.

o Tuesday, May 12 at 7 p.m. EST: "Caregivers" – This film highlights the challenges and successes of people who experience their loved one's gradual descent into dementia.

o Tuesday, May 12 at 8 p.m. EST (Part 2): "Solving a Medical Mystery: Progress Reports from 25 Leading Scientists" – These two-part films explore the state of research report and take viewers inside laboratories and clinics nationwide.

WHO: Interview are available from May 4-15 at your convenience.

o Alzheimer’s Association chapter representative who can speak to the major milestones since Alzheimer’s was first diagnosis more than 100 years ago and provide local resources for your viewers.

o People living with Alzheimer’s and their family caregivers who can uniquely serve the role of "movie critic," discussing what in these extremely powerful films they have or have not experienced.

o Local doctor with medical insight who can share the current state of Alzheimer’s research.

o A three-day opportunity with relevant experts speaking Monday, 5/11, Tuesday, 5/12 and Wednesday, 5/13 about “The Alzheimer’s Project” topic that aired the previous night.

CONTACT: Tonda Ames, VP of Marketing, 918-481-7782 or visit