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Adventist Voices: On Stan Brock and Free Healthcare

Adventist Voices: On Stan Brock and Free Healthcare

In this Adventist Voices conversation, Alexander Carpenter speaks with Paul Michael Angell, director of Medicine Man, a new documentary about television star Stan Brock’s adventurous life and later altruistic work leading Remote Area Medical (RAM). Carpenter also speaks with RAM CEO Jeffery Eastman about the incredible work done by the organization and how they translate Brock’s radical values into a sustainable model for connecting volunteers with people in need.

Medicine Man: The Stan Brock Story will release in theaters nationwide as part of a special one-night-only screening with Fathom Events. To learn more about the film, find a theater near you, and to purchase tickets, please visit

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Alexander Carpenter is the executive editor of Spectrum.

Title image credit: Spectrum / Medicine Man Productions Limited.

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In this episode of Adventist Voices, Paul Michael Angell and Jeffery Eastman speak about Stan Brock's adventurous life and altruistic work leading Remote Area Medical as well as the upcoming documentary about his legacy.

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