DMG Productions announced today that they will be releasing multiple episodes of their program, Health Heroes, which will be broadcasting nationwide this winter.
“People are finding that when you combine medicine and technology, exciting things happen,” said Barbara Perry, producer for the series. “Here at Health Heroes, we’re dedicated to finding the most cutting edge innovations, and bringing them to the general public.”
"The time is now for greater collaboration among academia and the private sector to work together to discover new effective therapeutic treatments for devastating diseases such as brain tumors," said Dr. Laurie H. Glimcher, the Stephen and Suzanne Weiss Dean at Weill Cornell Medical College.
In this series, Health Heroes viewers will be taken behind the scenes of the health care industry, and learn what is really driving the advancements being made today in medicine. DMG Productions will be taking Discovery Channel audiences on an in-depth tour of the leading innovators in the medical field.
“Health Heroes is getting ready to take things to the next level,” said Vince Moss, creative director for the series. “The last decade has seen more medical advances than ever before in the history of humankind. We at Health Heroes feel that this is only the beginning.”
About Health Heroes:
Health Heroes is a powerful TV series dedicated to defining and exploring today’s latest medical advances in all areas of health and wellness. Written with both the industry professional and television audience in mind, Health Heroes educates, entertains and enlightens the lives of our viewers.
About DMG Productions:
The DMG production team consists of producers, cameraman and editors that have worked for CNN, TLC, Discovery, and other major news and cable networks. Our staff includes personnel specialized in various fields from agriculture to medicine, independent films to regional news. Our field producers utilize the core concepts from our producers who storyboard our programs, and work closely with experts in the field to develop the educational programs. This powerful force enables us to consistently produce commercial-free, educational programming that both viewers and networks depend on.
For more information, visit www.dmgproductions.org/health-heroes or call 1-866-496-4065.
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