On April 1st, more than 100 members of the medical and research community and friends gathered at the Washington Golf and Country Club in Arlington to learn about the medical advances being achieved with the help of the Foundation. Hosts Barbara and Rick Frisbie invited the group to learn about how focused ultrasound is changing the way that medicine is practiced and how our work is gaining support and attention from patients, clinicians, and others.
Neal F. Kassell, MD, spoke about the revolutionary technology, our model of accelerating its adoption, and the unique way that the Frisbies and others are taking a personal interest in supporting breakthrough research. Virginia Speaker of the House of Delegates, William J. Howell, was among those in attendance.
Events such as this one are held several times each year to help spread our message, advance our mission, and gain new friends and supporters.