Lupus and other autoimmune illness assault the body’s body immune system triggering swelling and can impact numerous body systems. Kristen Maeda is a Board Member of the Lupus Foundation of Northern California and is a client supporter and speaker. She will be signed up with by Dr. Kent Crowley Clinical Pharmacist to go over how marijuana can assist offer relief and possible drug interactions.
Dr Kenton Crowley
Board Certified Pharm.D. @Trokie, Silver State Trading & Palliative Care Corporation
Kenton Crowley, Pharm.D., is a board-certified Pharm.D. through the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine. He got his Doctor of Pharmacy from University of California, San Francisco & finished his residency with Kaiser Permanente in Los Angeles. Throughout his 34 years in practice, he has actually been associated with the advancement of a number of drugs; holds 2 patents in neuropathic discomfort & a patent on a buccal shipment system integrating marijuana. Dr. Crowley presently is the Director of R&D at Silver State Trading in Sparks, NV, a 40,000 sq.ft. allowed Clean Green marijuana growing & production center & monitors California operations for Trokie ® California Inc. He works as the CMO for the Palliative Care Corporation in Huntington Beach. Dr. Crowley belongs to the Society of Cannabis Clinicians & serves on the Research Subcommittee, a member of the International Cannabinoid Research Society & belongs to the Incubator Task Force for the UCI Center for the Study of Cannabis.
Kirsten Gee Maeda
Lupus Advocate and Speaker @The Lupus Foundation of Northern California
Kirsten Gee Maeda is a Lupus Advocate and speaker who presently acts as a Board member of The Lupus Foundation of Northern California. She co-founded the Irvine Lupus Support Group and is a previous facilitator. Kirsten is a native Californian who got her bachelor’s degree in Economics from UC Irvine in1989 She has substantial experience in the health care market and invested over a years operating in pharmaceutical sales. She was the 2014 recipient of The Civic and Community Engagement Alumnus Award from UC Irvine where her neighborhood and Lupus advocacy work reached her regional city of Irvine, the state and nationwide level. She is the Co-creator of the GEE Twins for Lupus Awareness pins, and co-authored 2018 LUPUS Science & Medicine Abstract (Living with Lupus – LL04 “Advocacy matters artistically spreading out lupus awareness and education”). Kirsten was a National Coalition member for The Lupus Research Alliance and the Lupus 21st Century “Living Better with Lupus” 2018 Award Recipient.