Leonard Nimoy’s daughter, Julie, today unveiled plans to release a documentary about chronic pulmonary obstructive disorder (COPD).
Leonard Nimoy, who is most famous for his role as the hyper-rational Mr. Soock on “Star Trek,” died in February due to complications lfrom COPD. He was 83.
“As a special tribute to my father, and to bring more information about COPD to light, I am pleased to announce that my fiancée, David Knight, and I are producing a new documentary film that is going to include the latest advances and treatments available today,” Julie Nimoy said.
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