Malia Litman is a Registered Nurse. She taught Business Law at the University of Oklahoma, and was a Senior Litigation Partner at Thompson & Knight in Dallas. After 12 years of practicing law, Malia retired to devote herself to raising three young children. Malia's kids include a son who is a PhD. Organic Chemist, and two daughters, an Energy Trader in Houston, and her youngest daughter is currently in medical school. Malia has written three books and has been a contributor to Huffington Post. Malia received national attention as a result of the FOIA case she filed demanding documents which revealed corruption within the Secret Service. No other investigative journalist uncovered the voluminous records which verified the extent of the corruption and perverse behavior of members of the Secret Service. Malia was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 1999. She has received revolutionary stem cell treatment at Hadassah Medical Organization (HMO) in Israel. For the first time since being diagnosed over two decades ago, Malia began to realize significant improvement in her symptoms. HMO Sr. Neurologist Dr. Dimitrios Karussis, Malia's doctor, has used this same treatment very effectively on ALS patients. Malia gratefully appears around the country to speak on behalf of Hadassah and the revolutionary stem cell treatment being provided there. Malia is proud to be counted as a patient of Hadassah Medical Organization, which uses medicine as a “bridge to peace,” offering ground-breaking medical care to patients no matter their nationality, race or religion.