January 14, 2021
Jan 14, 2021
Medical Director | DVC Stem
Michael Armand Hammer is an American businessman and real estate developer. He is the only grandson of industrialist and philanthropist Dr. Armand Hammer, who is best known for his building of the Occidental Petroleum Corporation, the 12th largest corporation at the time of his death in 1990.
Michael Armand Hammer is an American businessman and real estate developer. He is the only grandson of industrialist and philanthropist Dr. Armand Hammer, who is best known for his building of the Occidental Petroleum Corporation, the 12th largest corporation at the time of his death in 1990. Michael Hammer is the Chairman and CEO of the Hammer International Foundation and the Armand Hammer Foundation, and owns numerous businesses that include Hammer Galleries, and Hammer Productions, a television and film production company located in Los Angeles, California.
Michael Hammer is a Cofounder and Chairman Emeritus of the Armand Hammer Museum of Art in Los Angeles, and former Board Member and Vice President of the Occidental Petroleum Corporation. He also is the founder of Grace Christian Academy in the Cayman Islands and Christian Communications Association, a Christian radio station, Heaven 97, also in the Cayman Islands. He sits on the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee for the Los Angeles Dream Center and Pepperdine University, and also serves on the Investment Committee and Board of Reference for Oral Roberts University. He is also on the board of the Petersen Automotive Museum in Beverly Hills, California.
“Dr. Cona and the team at DVC Stem are exceptional at what they do. After my initial consultation and further research on various stem cell centres, and how they could help with persistent health issues I was dealing with, I felt very confident in my decision to schedule my stem cell procedure with them. My treatment was in January 2018, and the results I’ve experienced have made remarkable improvements beyond my expectations on my health. My US doctors were very impressed by the post-treatment lab results. The service at DVC is world-class, and I plan to return to DVC in the near future. If you are contemplating stem cell treatment, I wouldn’t go anywhere else. If you do go for consultations with other similar centres, you will almost certainly end up back with the best, as I did. The team at DVC Stem is second to none in my tested opinion.”
-Michael Armand Hammer
About the author
Dr. Cona has been performing stem cell therapy for over 10 years. He is a member of the World Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (WAAAM). He is also a recognized member of the British Medical Association, the General Medical Council (UK), the Caribbean College of Family Physicians, and the American Academy of Family Physicians. He is the Medical Director for DVC Stem a world-renowned stem cell therapy clinic located in Grand Cayman.
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