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(Med-Events] Interview with Dr. Ken Mattox

KMATTOX at aol.com KMATTOX at aol.com
Sun Oct 2 17:18:55 BST 2005

I look forward to this radio/internet interview.  I have no idea  what I will 
say till it comes out of my mouth.   I will try to be  politically correct.   
 I have learned a great deal about people,  politics, and effectiveness 
during the last 4 weeks.    I have  also learned about local vs federal command and 
control.      There is not one city in this country, or any country that will 
not have its  "disaster" challenges some time in the future.   It is also the 
local  community that is "alone" during the first 48-96 hours after a  
disaster.   The survival of the community, as well as preservation of  property and 
culture is a function of pre  planning, vision, anticipation,  flexiablilty, 
and leadership.  A significant amount of the  intellectual property and 
leadership of every community reads these list server  musings.   
In a message dated 10/1/2005 12:21:11 PM Central Standard Time,  
rafink at attglobal.net writes:

On this  coming Tuesday morning, from 9 AM to 10 AM (Pacific Daylight 
Time; 7 hr.  earlier than GMT), our own Dr. Kenneth Mattox will be 
interviewed on my  wife's Internet Radio Program, "Full Power Living".  The 
program will  consist of discussion of the recent hurricane disasters and 
disaster  planning in general.  The program is broadcast, via audio 
on the Internet worldwide.

To access the program, go  to:


and click on the name of  the program, "Full Power Living" (Ilene L. Dillon, 
my wife, is the  host).  Then, click on "Listen to this Program".  You will 
Windows Media Player to hear the audio (sorry, Mac folks, QuickTime will  
not work).  The program is a free download if you need  it.

There is a toll-free call-in number (one for North America, and  another for 
the rest of the world), and I encourage you to call  in.

The program is rebroadcast exactly 12 hours later (note, since it  is not 
call-ins are not allowed), and is then available on the  station's Archives 
thereafter.  CDs of the program will also be  available for purchase after a 

Go to the site earlier to  see a brief review of Dr. Mattox's work and see 
photos.  The  program should be informative and  instructive.



Robert  A. Fink, M. D., F.A.C.S., P. C.
2500 Milvia Street  Suite  222
Berkeley, California  94704-2636
Telephone:   510-849-2555   FAX:  510-849-2557
WWW:   http://www.rafink.com/

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