Part 8 – Closing credits and the song “One Spirit” sung by vocalist Jimmy Hopper
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A 3-minute executive summary gives a brief overview of what we’ve done and where we are going.
For more detail, below are segments of the 30-minute edited verson featuring interviews, commentaries and activities from around the world!
Part 1 – Featuring:
OWSP President and Founder Richard Weiss, MD explains how he organized 44 doctors across the country to inject over 1000 patients with Botox Cosmetic to raise funds to cure blindness in Africa. This entire event was broadcast live over the Internet using the “virtual TV studio” provided by Mogulus.com
actual footage of blindness-curing activities from Tanzania
Exclusive! Dr. Weiss sits down with David Pyott, CEO of Allergan Inc. Only available on EndBlindness.tv!
Part 3 -
commentaries by Suzanne Gilbert, PhD., Director of Blindness Prevention for the Seva Foundation
Victoria Sheffield, President of the International Eye Foundation
a clip from Infinite Vision, a movie about Dr. Venkataswamy (used with permission)
Part 4 – Featuring:
an explanation of cataracts by Richard Lindstrom, M.D., President of the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery
commentary by renowned ophthalmologist and ORBIS founder David Paton, M.D.
an interview with inventor and businessman Bo Clawson of Humitek Ltd.
Part 5 – Featuring:
World renowned architect Brion Jeannette explains his plans for modular eye care centers in Africa
An interview with Gene Rhodes, philanthropist and early supporter of the One World Sight Project
Part 6 – Featuring:
A picture of Dr. Weiss with Nelson Mandela
Audio clip from BjÃ¶rn Thylefors, M.D., Former Manager of the Blindness Prevention Program for the WHO
Live Internet interviews with Drs. Steven Hopping (Washington DC) and Joseph Eviatar (New York)
Eugene Helvesten, M.D., Chief Ophthalmologist for ORBIS
Nag Rao, M.D., President, International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness
Harriet Schloer, Secretary, Rotary Blindness Prevention Action Group