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Jason Winters

Adventerer and Writer
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Born Sep 13, 1930

Jason Winters was an adventurer, turned public speaker and English author, best known for his 1980 book Killing Cancer and has been published in more than 9 languages (English, Japan, Spain, Germany, Indonesia, China, Korea. etc.). In 1967, Jason Winters sailed the Mackenzie River by canoe. In 1968, he crossed the Canadian Rocky Mountains by hot air balloon. Also in 1968, he attempted to cross the Atlantic Ocean by helium balloon.… Read More

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CHILDHOOD

1930 Birth Born on September 13, 1930.

THIRTIES

1967 36 Years Old In 1967, Jason Winters sailed the Mackenzie River by canoe.
1968 37 Years Old 1 More Event
In 1968, he crossed the Canadian Rocky Mountains by hot air balloon.

FIFTIES

1985 54 Years Old Sir Jason Winters became president of The Federation of Integrated Medicine, with the objective of getting both Traditional medicine and Alternative medicine to work together for the benefit of Mankind. In 1985 Sir Jason was knighted in Malta as a Knight of Grace of the Order of Saint John.

LATE ADULTHOOD

1992 61 Years Old In 1992 he received a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition from the United States Congress.
2004 74 Years Old Sir Jason Winters died on December 12, 2004 in Las Vegas, NV.
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