Profile: Dr Michael Hutchison

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Accomplished/Achieved much beginning at an early age with ~300 skillset level. Some areas that interest me are geology, volcanology, anthropology, history, psychiatry, Disaster Prevention, camping, history, palaeontology, space exploration, physics, engineering and much more.
Since 14, I've helped others who cannot help themselves, stand up for those who can't, protect those who cannot protect themselves.

Became a member for 20+ years of Werner Von Braun's National Space Institute & Oceanic Society affiliated with Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, Physiologically aged 49, Chronological age 66, born in Chinese Year of Water Dragon, am Gemini. Biologist, US Army special forces covert combat veteran, Clinical Specialty Pharmacist, MBA, National Advisor, Mentor, EEO, National VRA Senior Executive appointee candidate, National Disaster Emergency Medical Provider deployed to Hurricanes Katrina/Rita near New Orleans at National & Local VHA.
Martial Arts expert, semi-retired extreme sportsman, wildlife explorer, extensive survival, command leadership, cybersecurity training. Nutraceutical Chef improving chronic medical conditions, Genetics, Immunology, IT, software and much more. Very interested in becoming Senior Planetary Protection Officer with local NASA.

Precision Genetics Patient DNA Driven MTM
WGN-World Global Network
Clinical Specialty Pharmacist
MedRxIT Consulting International
Innovative Strategic Leader, Mentor, Scholar, Nutraceuticals,
Martial Artist, Explorer, Researcher
Cell: 415.852.1618
🇺🇸US-🇹🇭Thai Army Joint Covert Combat CMD HQ SC Veteran
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