My name is Anthony Galarza, and I am a 21 year old bio-mechanical engineering student and three-time cancer survivor. I was first diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic/Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL) at age eight, and relapsed at age 12 and again at age 17. In the course of my treatment, which has spanned over half my life from childhood to adulthood, I have been treated at numerous world-class institutions, including City of Hope, The University of Minnesota Medical Center, USCF Medical Center, as well as numerous hospitals in both the Northern and Southern California divisions of Kaiser Permanente. I have received two stem cell transplants, as well as extensive chemotherapy and radiation treatment. During my treatment, I have experienced both the best and worst in medical care, and have insight on a wide variety of topics, which are listed in the "offering" section. My wide range of medical experiences, not only in age but also hospital quality and location, as well as an extensive background in public speaking, has left my uniquely suited to help discuss and improve cancer care, as well as general hospital care, in a wide variety of situations. I am currently an active patient advocate in the Kaiser Permanente organization, and have spoken at several key events, some of which are listed in the "offering" section as well. I hope to use my experience to help improve the healthcare experience for patients, families, and medical staff, and I am available upon request for a wide variety of speaking engagements. I hope to work with you soon.