Dr. Mitch Freeman is a husband, father of 3 beautiful children, and is currently practicing family medicine in Yuma, Arizona. Born in Basrah, Iraq where he was raised and went to school, Dr. Freeman worked during summer breaks in his family owned and operated candy factory. After high school, he decided to go to medical school to become a doctor, so he could help his father who was suffering from Leukemia at the time. He started medical school in Baghdad in 1983 at the age of 17 and graduated, July 1990, one month before Saddam invaded Kuwait and The Desert Stom war broke out. After spending some time traveling with his family from refuge camps to refuge camp, Mitch finally made it to The United States, where he is now a free man.