In this episode of Becoming a Visionary, we meet Alhashmin Muri, a passionate Physician Assistant who is on a mission to cancel blood cancer. Al believes that everyone deserves the chance to live a healthy and happy life, and he's working tirelessly to make a difference in the lives of those affected by this devastating disease.
We follow Al as he shares his personal journey and how he came to be involved in this cause. From his early days in Toronto to his years at Baylor University and the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, Al's experiences have shaped his perspective on healthcare and inspired him to take action.
Through his work with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Al is helping to raise awareness and funds for research that could lead to a cure for blood cancer. We see him organizing a charity concert featuring local musicians, speaking with patients and their families, and working with other healthcare professionals to develop new treatment options.
Throughout it all, Al remains committed to his family and his passion for music and art. We see him juggling his many responsibilities with grace and determination, and inspiring others to join him in his efforts to make a difference.
Join us as we follow Alhashmin Muri on his journey to becoming a visionary and making a difference in the fight against blood cancer.
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Al is a Physician Assistant who lives in San Antonio and loves music and art. Al was born in Toronto, Canada and graduated from Baylor University in 2001 with a Major in Biology and Anthropology and continued to earn his Masters in Science in Physician Assistant from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston in 2004. Al has focused in pain management since 2018 however he has experience in emergency medicine, general surgery, family medicine, urgent care medicine, wound care, wellness and men’s health. When Al is not at the clinic or woodworking in his shop, he is enjoying time with his wife and three children outdoors, hiking, biking, attending a concert or playing sports.