Double Lung Transplant Recipient Wins Latin Grammy and Celebrates with a Return to the Stage: “His Secret: A Natural Formula with Glutathione”

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Latin pop icon José Luis Rodríguez's frequent use of a nutraceutical from Biodose Pharma LLC that contains the antioxidant Glutathione enabled him to return to the stage in a surprisingly short time when, up until recently, he could sing only with the aid of an oxygen tank. After recovering successfully from a double lung transplant, he received the Latin Recording Academy’s 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award while also on a successful tour of several cities throughout Latin America and the United States.

José Luis Rodríguez (“El Puma”)

Venezuelan singer José Luis Rodríguez, recipient of the Latin Recording Academy’s 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award

"I am grateful to the Academy for recognizing my singing career of more than 50 years; to my doctors who gave me these lungs; to my wife; to my friend Raimundo Santamarta, who accompanies me here today and whose product creation came in the nick of time; and to the donor and his family..."

Considered one of the biggest pop icons and cultural treasures on the Latin American music scene for decades, Venezuelan singer José Luis Rodríguez (“El Puma”) received the Latin Recording Academy’s 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award for his outstanding artistic significance to Latin music during his more than 50-year career.

His frequent use of a nutraceutical containing the antioxidant Glutathione enabled El Puma to return to the stage in a surprisingly short time when, up until recently, he could sing only with the aid of an oxygen tank. After recovering successfully from a double lung transplant – in good health and with vitality – he received this well-deserved award while also on a successful tour of several cities throughout Latin America and the United States. El Puma’s 2019 Agradecido (Grateful) Tour includes stops in Bogotá, Miami, Guatemala, El Salvador, Santo Domingo, Chile, Argentina, Peru, Ecuador and Mexico where he’s inspired by a tremendous spiritual motivation to celebrate, together with the public, the opportunity to sing again and share his experience of survival.

"I am grateful to the Academy for recognizing my singing career of more than 50 years; to my doctors who gave me these lungs; to my wife; to my friend Raimundo Santamarta, who accompanies me here today and whose product creation came in the nick of time; and to the donor and his family. This is a once-in-a-lifetime moment. Now I want to enjoy every moment, every second, and celebrate the miracle of life,” said El Puma.

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