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Raise the Line
Speaking the Language of Medicine - Dr. Marios Loukas, Dean of the St. George's University School of Medicine

Raise the Line

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 26:08


“It's impossible to be a physician and not be able to speak the language of medicine, which really is anatomy,” says Dr. Marios Loukas, who, in addition to his current role as a medical school dean, has written several books on anatomy and is former president of the American Association of Clinical Anatomists. In this episode with host Dr. Rishi Desai, find out how Dr. Loukas became interested in the subject, and how the goal of making a bigger impact ultimately led to pursuing a career in administration. Learn about St. George's University School of Medicine -- the largest source of doctors in the United States healthcare system -- and what sets it apart, including its island setting, its investment in teaching ultrasound, and its vision to be an international hub for the development of primary care providers. Tune in to discover what Dr. Loukas thinks students get wrong about studying, and hear about best practices for learning, including what makes visualization so powerful. Plus, hear why Dr. Loukas thinks students should be exposed to medicine before they start medical school.Mentioned in this episode: https://www.sgu.edu/academic-programs/school-of-medicine/

Marketplace All-in-One
A COVID treatment for vulnerable Americans isn’t getting to them

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 27:41


It's been roughly six months since AstraZeneca released a COVID-19 antibody treatment called Evusheld, designed for immunocompromised people. But a lack of outreach and unequal distribution has led to a complicated and confusing rollout — leaving millions of vulnerable Americans without protection. Plus, what experts look for in the minutes from Federal Reserve meetings and how high energy prices please investors but burden the economy.

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
A COVID treatment for vulnerable Americans isn’t getting to them

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 27:41


It's been roughly six months since AstraZeneca released a COVID-19 antibody treatment called Evusheld, designed for immunocompromised people. But a lack of outreach and unequal distribution has led to a complicated and confusing rollout — leaving millions of vulnerable Americans without protection. Plus, what experts look for in the minutes from Federal Reserve meetings and how high energy prices please investors but burden the economy.

The Oddcast Ft. The Odd Man Out
Ep. 113 The Enemy of My Enemy Pt. 1

The Oddcast Ft. The Odd Man Out

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 59:36


113 The Enemy of My Enemy where i take a look at the Russian Govt, their ties, and policies, and ask, what do they really stand for? After doing a 5-part series on Ukraine, i thought it only right that i take an Odd look at Russia. After all, many in Alt. Media are making their leader, and their Govt. look as if they are the last best hope for freedom, but is that really the case? You be the judge after you hear this information, and feel free to let me know what you think.  Thank You for supporting the show!  Cheers, and Blessings    Show Notes-   Putin, & Kissinger https://thenewamerican.com/kissinger-putin-and-the-new-world-order/   Putin, Kissinger Old Friends https://www.rt.com/news/331194-putin-meets-friend-kissinger/   Look up Moscow 2030 Plan! Russia part of the UN Sustainable Development program• https://www.unep.org/regions/europe/our-branches-europe/russia-office http://unrussia.ru/en/search/node   Sustainable development participating nation states https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/memberstates.html   https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/memberstates/russia World Wildlife Fund Russia https://www.unepfi.org/events/regions-events/europe-events/promotion-of-sustainable-finance-mechanisms-in-russia/   Sberbank secures JP Morgan loan to facilitate export trade https://www.rt.com/business/sberbank-jpmorgan-trade-loan-017/   Sber Bank Issues crypto coin (Sbercoin)• https://venturecapitalistmag.com/bank-of-russia-allows-sberbank-to-issue-digital-financial-assets/   https://techhq.com/2022/02/digital-ruble-heres-everything-we-know-about-russias-ce   Putin tells UN he'll give them the vaccine if they want. Offers to partner with other countries. Russia has given regulatory approval to a second Covid-19 vaccine, named ‘EpiVacCorona', after early-stage studies. New COVID-19 vaccine developed by Russia's vector institute https://www.rt.com/russia/527236-human-rights-vaccine-programs/   Vladamir Putin | Russia will register second COVID-19 vaccine | Coronavirus Pandemic Russia to register Sputnik M COVID-19 vaccine for children aged 12 to 17 Read more At: https://www.aninews.in/news/world/europe/russia-to-register-sputnik-m-covid-19-vaccine-for-children-aged-12-to-1720211124202215/   Russia has deal with AstraZeneca• https://www.themoscowtimes.com/2020/12/11/russia-astrazeneca-to-test-combined-coronavirus-vaccination-a72328   Moscow, Russia, 13 October 2021 – Russia will take a leading role in shaping the trajectory of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Today, leaders from the Russian Federation and the World Economic Forum announced the Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution Russia. https://www.weforum.org/press/2021/10/russia-joins-centre-for-the-fourth-industrial-revolution-network/     Riley Waggaman Blog https://edwardslavsquat.substack.com/   Support These Podcasts, and Shows!   The Drill Down https://www.podbean.com/podcast-detail/hcz4y-204d2e/The-Drill-Down-with-Peter-Schweizer-Podcast   Riley Waggaman: Why is Russia Going Full COVID1984?
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https://podcasts.apple.com/si/podcast/ep-97-russian-central-bank-cbdcs-w-riley-waggaman/id1534719132?i=1000551799369   Russia's Sputnik V and the WEF with Riley Waggaman
Feb. 7, 2022
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Alloutcoach Tim
LEADING TWO LEVELS DEEP TO INSPIRE AND SUCCEED with Larry Freedman, Senior Pharma Commercial Leader

Alloutcoach Tim

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 32:37


What happens when you add the role and duty of "inspiring people" to your title of a leader whether or not it is in your job description? It becomes a secret ingredient to your team's success, your legacy, high team engagement, recognition and awards. Larry Freedman, an award winning pharma executive is the type of inspirational leader I had the fortune of working with at a global pharma company, AstraZeneca, who personifies success. He has authored a new article called "The Sequence of Success" based on his determination to make inspiring others his duty. In our introspective reflection of his career and philosophy, he explains how he led "two levels deep" to turn around a slow launch of a global cardiovascular product and earn the company's most prestigious CEO Award to go on to become one of the most decorated award winning leaders in his organization and discusses many other pressing management topics of today. 3:19 - Q1: Key Factors to Career Success? 3:37 - 1. Perform 2. Network outside of your function to let others know you 3. Think strategically about your skills and even 2 jobs ahead. 4. Be grateful 5:53 - Q2: What are your leadership lessons and sequence in which we should follow them? 7:29 - Difference between Holding Someone Accountable and Inspiring their Accountability. 7:47 - Vulnerability, Humility, and Authenticity creates Trust and Followership. 8:13 - Candid Feedback without a relationship = criticism 8:26 - One person with passion is better than 40 that are merely interested 8:36 - The Last Leadership Lesson is Leave People better than you found them. 9:10 - Q3: How were you able to shorten the perceived distance between you and your team members as a second-level leader? 9:30 - Visibility and relationships that were two levels deep. 11:59 - Q4: How did you reward technical performance vs behaviors and culture to inspire accountability? 15:32 - Q5: Is sales a transfer of emotion? 17:13 - Q6: What are some of the specific approaches you have to increase engagement among new employees entering the work force today? 17:32 - Authenticity, Consistency, and described the Frequency to be in front of people. We focused on culture and took the results of the bi-annual culture survey very seriously. We dissected results to find the strengths and weaknesses. Diversity and Inclusion grants a competitive advantage. A Speak Up Culture. 18:48 - A speak up culture is not only not being afraid to state your opinion but being encouraged to. 19:17 - Two reasons why people don't speak up, 1) they are afraid of reprisal / retaliation from senior management or difference of opinion; 2) they are afraid even if they speak up nothing will change anyways. I consistently explained why I supported a particular suggestion or complaint or did not and earned trust over time. 21:44 - Q7: Do you feel it was the relationships you prioritized early that helped you overcome adversity? 21:58 - I felt a tremendous responsibility to my team whether my team was 5 or 50 or 500. The belief system is the same. When you lead you have the opportunity to make a difference in people's lives. 22:42 - People feel when there is care and concern beyond what they can do and who they are as people. That taps into their discretionary effort! 23:39 - Q8: Success is a sequence and also a cycle. How do you continue to have the Leadership foundation when Recognition at all costs is so tempting? 24:19 - How do you continue along that path of the Leadership Foundation when Recognition alone is so tempting now? 26:58 - Q9: What is the most common or favorite compliment you usually receive? 28:33 - Q10: What is the next project in which you are stretching yourself and lifting others? 30:37 - Q11: What is the next project in which you are stretching yourself and lifting others?

World Economic Forum
2022 Annual Meeting: How effective leaders will drive progress

World Economic Forum

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 14:26


It's an historical turning point - how can leaders make a difference? Ahead of the World Economic Forum 2022 Annual Meeting in Davos - the first in-person meeting of its kind in two years - leaders discuss the current storm of challenges facing the globe and this pivotal moment to make change happen. Features: David Rubenstein, Carlyle Group; Leif Johansson, AstraZeneca; Achim Steiner, UNDP.

The Top Line
May 20, 2022

The Top Line

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 27:49


Anti-TIGIT drugs were once hailed as the future of immuno-oncology. But Roche's two recent clinical trial failures for tiragolumab are raising questions about whether Big Pharmas bet on the wrong horse. Also under discussion is the sector's impressive first-quarter revenue growth. Out of nearly two dozen biopharma companies, more than half generated double-digit growth, including eye-popping increases from mRNA stars Moderna and BioNTech. And Fierce journalists finally got together in person after more than two years. They share what it was like to be in a newsroom once again. To learn more about the topics in this episode: To TIGIT or not to TIGIT? Roche's latest trial flop casts shadow on Big Pharma's $6B bet Roche's TIGIT flop prompts GSK, iTeos to reevaluate next steps for rival drug Strike 2: Roche flunks another phase 3 lung cancer test to leave TIGIT space reeling Pfizer, Merck and AstraZeneca led Big Pharma's growth in Q1 but they couldn't match mRNA hotshots Labcorp's combo COVID, flu, RSV test nabs first green light for direct-to-consumer Pfizer holding on tight to supplies of COVID-19 drug Paxlovid, limiting the prospect of combination research: report GlaxoSmithKline is no more: Meet the scaled down 'GSK' Avanos Medical faces Class I recall for feeding tube system linked to 23 deaths since 2015 Lilly's highly anticipated diabetes drug Mounjaro wins FDA blessing The Top Line is produced by senior multimedia producer Teresa Carey, with editor-in-chief Tracy Staton, managing editor Querida Anderson, senior editors Annalee Armstrong, Ben Adams, Conor Hale and Eric Sagonowsky. The sound engineer is Caleb Hodgson. The stories are by all our “Fierce” journalists. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Raise the Line
Enabling Healthy Aging at Scale – Carly Stockdale, CEO of BestLife Holdings

Raise the Line

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 23:19


Listening to veteran healthcare entrepreneur and investor Carly Stockdale, the Co-Founder and CEO of BestLife Holdings, you get the feeling she is living her best professional life.  With BestLife -- a platform of age management organizations, including the Foundation for Healthy Aging and Cenegenics -- Stockdale has created a perch from which she can blend her interests in healthy aging, women's health and hormone therapy, and have a national impact to boot. “Our north star metric is improving people's biological age through the education of other health care providers and through membership in our programs such as Cenegenics, and other programs that we're looking to start,” she tells host Shiv Gaglani. Cenegenics is a peak performance and longevity membership program with a 25-year history of developing personalized heath programs through deep analysis of biomarkers and other data it collects from members on a quarterly basis. The company plans to publish data later this year examining trend lines of improvement based on 3,500 patients who have gone through the program. Tune in to this informative conversation to learn about the unique path Stockdale has carved in healthcare, positive trends she's seeing in women's health, and addressing the persistent information asymmetry between doctors and patients.Mentioned in this episode: https://cenegenics.com

Raise the Line
Providing Boots to the Bootless to Build a Black Physician Workforce - Dr. Russell Ledet, Co-founder and President, The 15 White Coats

Raise the Line

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 22:38


“You don't have to change yourself culturally to be brilliant,” asserts Dr. Russell Ledet, a Black U.S. Navy veteran who has earned an MD-MBA as well as a PhD in Molecular Oncology and Tumor Immunologyand now works to remove barriers for those who want to follow in his footsteps. In this fascinating interview with host Dr. Rishi Desai, learn how Dr. Ledet went from being a security guard in a hospital, to a medical student at that same hospital, to starting The 15 White Coats, an effort sparked by an unforgettable photo taken at a former slave plantation. The group, which provides funding and other support to aspiring Black physicians, has grown rapidly and garnered international attention in its short life. Tune in to learn how Ledet's 9-year-old daughter provided the spark for the project, marvel at his remarkable personal journey, and learn why having more Black physicians will improve health outcomes.Mentioned in this episode: https://www.the15whitecoats.org

Raise the Line
A Global Look at Online Postgraduate Medical Education and the Future of Healthcare – Dr. Tom O'Callaghan, CEO of iHeed (Cambridge Education Group)

Raise the Line

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 23:37


Dr. Tom O'Callaghan thinks he's already seen the future of medicine in this tech-heavy age, and it looks a lot like the personal, trusted healthcare he saw his father providing in the small community in Ireland in which he was raised. As he tells host Rishi Desai, if you have a good family doctor “you're far more likely to have a better healthcare outcome to every illness you have in your life.” It's not that O'Callaghan is anti-technology. For one thing, he thinks wearables and remote monitoring will actually facilitate a needed transition from hospital-based to community-based care. But perhaps a greater proof point is he leads a specialty online medical education company called iHeed that leverages the latest technology, tools and educational approaches to make post graduate education for doctors, nurses and allied health professionals in 65 countries across Europe, Middle East, Asia and Africa more accessible and affordable. The company, part of the Cambridge Education Group, also develops national scale residency programs in countries including Malaysia and Saudi Arabia to spur the evolution of primary care in underserved communities. Tune into this revealing conversation for a global take on medical education, to hear why developing more nurses is key to tackling the gaping healthcare worker shortage, and for some wisdom he's drawn on in his own career as a family practitioner that he discovered on a slip of paper in the bottom of the doctor's bag his father carried for decades. Mentioned in this episode: https://www.iheed.org/

Raise the Line
Digital Health for Ordinary Citizens - Tobias Silberzahn, Leader of McKinsey & Company's Global Health Tech Network

Raise the Line

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 23:02


How can digital health benefit an ordinary patient? Today's guest, Tobias Silberzahn, enjoys taking a citizen perspective in his work in digital health—a field that, as he emphasizes, is far from a monolith, comprising over 25 categories from digital therapeutics to patient remote monitoring, to disease management. Tune in to this episode of Raise the Line with host Dr. Rishi Desai to learn how Silberzahn became interested in biochemistry and immunology and landed where he is today. Find out about the biohacking he did to uncover his own micro habits, learn what he's discovered about people's attitudes towards their personal data being used, and hear where he sees Europe and Asia in terms of digital health and well-being. Learn, too, about the phrase “digital health ecosystem” and what that model means for patients. Plus, discover how the city of Amsterdam created a multi-stakeholder alliance to achieve ambitious health and well-being goals, learn about the discussion that is currently being held in Germany about the public electronic patient record, and hear why Silberzahn is excited about digital health's future disease-prediction and interception possibilities.

Pharm Exec Podcast
Behind the Creative...Inspiring Award Winning Creative with Troy Clark and Anne Brown

Pharm Exec Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 17:46


Biolumina's Troy Clark, SVP, Creative Director, and Anne Brown, SVP, Creative Director, Copy discuss their APEX-award winning website "Be in the Know" for AstraZeneca's metastatic non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) disease state education efforts.

Bret Weinstein | DarkHorse Podcast
#126 Out of Controls (Bret Weinstein & Heather Heying DarkHorse Livestream)

Bret Weinstein | DarkHorse Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 112:13


In this 126th in a series of live discussions with Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying (both PhDs in Biology), we discuss the state of the world through an evolutionary lens. This week, we discuss science, Covid, vaccines, sunlight, and sophistry. New research suggests that adenovirus-vectored vaccines (e.g. J&J, AstraZeneca) reduce all-cause mortality, but that mRNA vaccines (e.g. Pfizer, Moderna) do not. What are the implications of this? What kinds of vaccines are recommended and effective, and how can someone not trained in thinking about these things know? We also discuss the role of vitamin D in Covid outcomes, as well as NIR (Near Infrared Radiation), which we primarily get from being outside. Since before the Industrial Revolution, our exposure to NIR has declined dramatically—we spend less time outdoors, and now even our lightbulbs and the glass in our windows limits how much NIR we receive, but it turns out that we need it. What else do we need that we don't yet know about? Finally, we discuss the place for sophistry: in the classroom, where students can learn how to respond, so as to be better thinkers and citizens of the world. ***** Support the sponsors of the show: Seed: Start a new healthy habit today with Seed probiotics. Visit https://seed.com/darkhorse, and use code darkhorse, to get 20% off your first month of Seed's DS-01™ Daily Synbiotic. Eight Sleep: Personalized thermoregulation while you sleep, and when you wake. Eight Sleep's amazing Pod Pro Cover (for your mattress) is $150 off at www.eightsleep.com/darkhorse Allform: Get 20% off any order (of a beautiful sofa) from Allform at https://allform.com/darkhorse. ***** Our book, A Hunter-Gatherer's Guide to the 21st Century, is available everywhere books are sold, and signed copies are available here: https://darvillsbookstore.indielite.org Check out our store! Epic tabby, digital book burning, saddle up the dire wolves, and more: https://store.darkhorsepodcast.org Heather's newsletter, Natural Selections (subscribe to get free weekly essays in your inbox): https://naturalselections.substack.com Find more from us on Bret's website (https://bretweinstein.net) or Heather's website (http://heatherheying.com). Become a member of the DarkHorse LiveStreams, and get access to an additional Q&A livestream every month. Join at Heather's Patreon. Like this content? Subscribe to the channel, like this video, follow us on twitter (@BretWeinstein, @HeatherEHeying), and consider helping us out by contributing to either of our Patreons or Bret's Paypal. Looking for clips from #DarkHorseLivestreams? Check out our other channel:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAWCKUrmvK5F_ynBY_CMlIA Theme Music: Thank you to Martin Molin of Wintergatan for providing us the rights to use their excellent music. ***** Q&A Link: https://youtu.be/VdIz5OKMfW0 Mentioned in this episode: Benn et al 2022. Randomised Clinical Trials of COVID-19 Vaccines: Do Adenovirus-Vector Vaccines Have Beneficial Non-Specific Effects? Available at SSRN 4072489: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=4072489 UnHerd interview with Dr. Christine Stabell-Benn: https://play.acast.com/s/5fad6d24bc034454b53fe011/627147cd7e2c6d00128e3703 Have People Been Given the Wrong Vaccine? By Martin Kulldorff: https://brownstone.org/articles/have-people-been-given-the-wrong-vaccine/ The Vitamin D Paradox in COVID-19 and Why It Predicts But Doesn't Always Protect. MedCram YouTube video: https://Support the show

Walking Through Fire
Carrie Sakamoto discusses her Pfizer Vaccine Injury

Walking Through Fire

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 38:48


Carrie was injured after receiving a mixture of Astra Zeneca and Pfizer vaccines. She now suffers from facial paralysis, trigeminal neuraligia and was on a feeding tube due to the inability to swallow. She was a healthy young woman until receiving these shots. She can be contacted on facebook at : Carrie Sakamoto 

Raise the Line
Integrating Healthcare Technologies of the Future – Andy Flanagan, CEO of Iris Telehealth

Raise the Line

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 22:17


Telehealth has become ubiquitous, but Andy Flanagan thinks the word telehealth will soon disappear. “It's just care,” said the CEO of the remote psychiatry service, Iris Telehealth. Flanagan anticipates that, just as concepts like “online banking” are now indistinguishable from what it simply means to use a bank, telehealth will soon be baked into the healthcare system. “The very best of it will be integrated, and the rest will be discarded,” he tells host Dr. Rishi Desai. In the process, he hopes to help revolutionize how medical systems are structured, how patients with the most challenging mental health conditions receive care, and help doctors establish a work-life balance that is all too rare today. Tune in to hear about how telehealth services can seamlessly augment a patient's medical team, and how Iris Telehealth works to empower its employees to take more personal initiative, and be less scared of failure.

Freedom Discourse
Vaxx-Shedding Is Real, Proven, and Dangerous

Freedom Discourse

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 18:22


When I interview Dr. Sherri Tenpenny last year, it was the first time I'd ever heard an in-depth description of Covid vaccine "shedding." That was back in May when the big push to get every man, woman, and child on earth jabbed was just getting ramped up. We were censored heavily at the time; the powers-that-be DEFINITELY did not want people concerned that those who have been jabbed might be spreading their manufactured spike proteins to the people around them.Here's an excerpt from the transcript of my interview that is eye-opening:"Well with these shots, we are not injecting a live virus, a whole virus. We're not even injecting a part of a virus. We are injecting laboratory generated messenger RNA in the the Pfizer and in the Moderna shot, and in the J&J and the AstraZeneca shot, we're injecting an adenovirus, a common cold adenovirus that's had its core shelled out, I mean, its genetic material taken out, and a piece of DNA, double stranded DNA, they call it trans gene, that has been put inside of that shell."That whole conglomerate is then injected into your body and released. The DNA is released into the cytoplasm. It makes a messenger RNA, which then makes a spike protein and that double stranded DNA, your body can make antibodies against it, which are associated with a long list of autoimmune diseases, or that double strand of DNA can get incorporated into your own genetic material."There's nothing in my language I just said in the last minute there about a virus. So it's not really shedding. But we do know something is being transmitted because we have well, the last time I looked there are over 11000 reports of women, this last time meaning a couple of days ago, there were over 11000 reports of women who had not received one of these shots or injections, but had been around people who had that weren't even necessarily close personal contacts like a spouse or an adult child or something like that."This might be just people they work with in their place of business. Like we've had reports from hairdressers that were not injected, that were around their customers that had been injected. And these women are having horrific bleeding diatheses. Some women who are postmenopausal start to bleed. They haven't bled… they're in their 70s, they've never bled before. Some women in their 30s and 40s, that their periods every month have been like clockwork, absolutely rhythmical."They're starting to bleed and they've bled so much, they've lost two thirds of their blood volume. There are younger women who are getting clots inside of their uterus that they're clotting so hard and becoming calcified that as they passed this clot, it's like passing like a miscarriage and it tears off the uterine lining on the inside."We've had reports of 22 month old girls passing clots the size of eggs. This one report that we had was a little girl, was twenty two months old, who had spent the weekend with her grandparents, both of whom had been injected. Now, I know that there is more of a bleeding diathesis problem that's been associated with the J&J shot in the AstraZeneca shot."I mean, AstraZeneca was pulled off the market in, I think, 18 or 19 countries. And how did they rerelease it to those countries? It wasn't because they did any more research or scientists came forward and said there's nothing to be concerned about. AstraZeneca issued a press release and said this is a rare condition and it's more important to get the shot so that you don't get Covid. And all the countries went OK, and they started using it again, and so… but we  also know that those bleeding tendencies of whatever is being transmitted, we don't really know."I personally, this is my own personal opinion, believe it's the spike protein. I believe that there's billions of spike proteins and it's a protein that then can last longer. And some people have said they think it's the messenger RNA. Messenger RNA is pretty unstable. And so I don't think it would last very long. But if you were having close personal contact with people like a spouse and you were hugging or kissing or having sex with with someone or or like with the grandchild and probably sitting in Grandma or Grandpa's lap, something is being transmitted that is causing horrible problems and not just bleeding problems."As I noted, we were called crazy conspiracy theorists for insinuating that these experimental drugs might be shedding onto those who had no taken them. Now a news study all but confirms that we were right all along. The sad part is that they're positioning this as a positive thing because now parents can, in part, help to "vaccinate" their children just by being around them. You can't make this stuff up.I discussed this on the latest episode of End Medical Tyranny. In it, I read parts of an article (below) by Igor Chudov who talks about the study and its implications.Before I get into Igor's article, I want to note that Dr. Vladimir Zelenko has a new nutraceutical protocol called Z-DTox. While he cannot explicitly say that he designed it to help those who have either been jabbed or who may be experiencing shedding from those around them, that's exactly what the intention of these pills really are. I'm no doctor. I can only go by what I'm told by actual medical experts.Here's the article by Igor...Vaccine Shedding Finally Proven!Statistically Significant Vaccine Shedding from Parents to ChildrenDo vaccinated people shed their vaccine byproducts to us? We definitely, for sure, knew that vaccine shedding was not a thing, because "health experts and fact checkers" told us so. And we "believe science" and our "health experts". Right?Except that it is WRONG and vaccine shedding has just been proven by science!Even I believed that there was no plausible mechanism for vaccine shedding. I thought that it was a baseless conspiracy theory. Stupid me. It turned out that I WAS WRONG and vaccine shedding is real and can be measured.A study "Evidence for Aerosol Transfer of SARS-CoV2-specific Humoral Immunity" was just released.Evaluation of samples in this fashion revealed that high intranasal IgG in vaccinated parents was significantly associated (p-value = 0.01) with a 0.38 increase in the log transformed intranasal IgG gMFIs within a child from the same household (Fig 1F).Let me try to explain it. First, these scientists from the University of Colorado looked at face masks, worn by vaccinated health care workers. They found that those workers shed antibodies generated by vaccination, and some antibodies got trapped in the masks and could be detected. This means that vaccinated people are literally "shedding" vaccine-caused antibodies.Interested in that, scientists looked further: they compared unvaccinated children living with unvaccinated parents, to similarly unvaccinated children, but living with vaccinated parents.It turned out that vaxxed parents actively shed vaccine-produced particles onto their children so that the kids acquired "humoral immunity" following shedding from their parents! Not only was this finding evident in the data, it actually was STRONGLY statistically significant with p-value of 0.01! This means that this was not a chance finding.It remains to be explained WHY children have intranasal IgG. The authors seem to think that it is because of antibody shedding via droplets. In other words, they seem to propose that what is transferred is IgG itself in saliva droplets. They may be right. That said, there is a possibility that children DEVELOP intranasal IgG because other vaccine byproducts or exosomes are being shed.It could even be due to lipid mRNA nanoparticles themselves shed and being transferred via saliva, like a virus. In fact, considering two replies to this article that I quoted at the bottom, mRNA lipid nanoparticle shedding is most likely. Why? Because the responders report experiencing STRONG IMMUNE REACTIONS.Such byproducts would be CAUSING intranasal IgG in children as an immune reaction in children, rather than those IgGs being essentially mechanically spat from parents onto their children.The article, while very interesting, is only the first step in researching vaccine shedding and I hope that further light will be shed (pun intended) on this phenomenon!The authors, possibly in hopes of getting their article approved by science censors, call it a good thing:Our results suggest that aerosol transmission of antibodies may also contribute to host protection and represent an entirely unrecognized mechanism by which passive immune protection may be communicated. Whether antibody transfer mediates host protection will be a function of exposure, but it seems reasonable to suggest, all things being equal, that any amount of antibody transfer would prove useful to the recipient host.I am not sure if I can call it a good thing myself. Antibodies or mRNA nanoparticles from vaccines NOT approved by the FDA for children are being shed from parents to children, without consent or knowledge of either parents, or children. All of this is followed by denials by authorities.Do you think that it is a good thing?Please share this article widely!(Get your Don't Shed on Me shirts from my buddy, Jeff Dornik) This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit endmedicaltyranny.substack.com

Raise the Line
Using Podcasts to Crowdsource Medical Expertise – Dr. Aaron Fritts, Co-Founder of BackTable

Raise the Line

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 26:49


With new medical products constantly entering the market, it can be difficult for doctors to keep up. Interventional radiologist Dr. Aaron Fritts has experienced this first hand in his career, and often found himself calling friends and former colleagues with questions about how to use new devices he encountered. Realizing doctors everywhere are in the same boat he launched BackTable, a podcast platform in which doctors from various specialties discuss the latest procedures, technologies, and conditions in their field of practice. As he tells host Dr. Rishi Desai, listenership shot up during the pandemic because for many physicians, podcasts supplanted the role of conferences where such matters are typically discussed. The still-expanding podcast network aims to connect different, sometimes-isolated aspects of the medical community and provide a new way for doctors to learn. Tune in to also hear about the power of interventional radiology, what it would mean for physicians to communicate in an open and responsible way with industry, and how to become a better communicator.Mentioned in this episode: https://www.backtable.com/

The EMG GOLD Podcast
S02 E12: Real-world evidence, the metrics of medical affairs and TikTok marketing

The EMG GOLD Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 39:39


In this episode, GOLD speaks with Luisa Luciani-Silverman, US Medical Head of Immuno-Oncology at AstraZeneca. She discusses all things medical affairs, delving into analytics, evidence generation, hiring candidates from non-traditional backgrounds and much more. Following on from GOLD's recent online poll, the team also hears from some special guests about their take on using TikTok as a pharma marketing tool.   If you're interested in learning more about the topic areas discussed in this episode, check out the following content:    Time to Turn to TikTok? https://www.emg-gold.com/post/time-to-turn-to-tiktok   Fresh clarity on RWE integration https://www.emg-gold.com/post/fresh-clarity-on-rwe-integration   The uphill recruitment battle https://www.emg-gold.com/post/the-uphill-recruitment-battle   The metrics of medical affairs https://www.emg-gold.com/post/the-metrics-of-medical-affairs

Elevate Medical Affairs Podcast Channel
Opening Doors: Critical Care pharmacy research to Medical Affairs trials

Elevate Medical Affairs Podcast Channel

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 6:14


MAPS Opening Doors podcasts feature short interviews with Medical Affairs professionals describing their path into and through the profession, and offering advice for job seekers and early-career professionals. In this episode, we speak with Ralph Rewers, Sr. Director, Head of Global MSL Excellence, AstraZeneca.

Pharmacist Diaries
061 Sheree-Ann Michelle: Overcoming adversity with a positive attitude and utilising these experiences to help other people transform their lives

Pharmacist Diaries

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 106:47


On today's episode I am thrilled to share an inspiring conversation I had with Sheree-Ann Michelle. She is a Pharmacist, a Health & Wellness Coach, and the founder of The Chia Lifestyle. The Chia Lifestyle is a Health and Wellness organisation that helps busy women to prioritise their wellbeing. Sheree-Ann works closely with her clients to build a resevoir of powerful techniques for optimum wellness, increasing energy levels and learning how to maintain a lifetime of healthy habits. She focuses on 5 main areas: Sleep, Hydration, Movement, Nutrition and Mindset. This episode explores Sheree-Ann's pharmacy journey from when she started Pharmacy School in Jamaica. She was faced with several obstacles during this time: - working whilst studying to pay for her degree - failing one exam over one question and needing to re-take her entire school year again - anxiety/panic attacks triggered by all the stress in her life at the time - nearly being abducted on her way from school, and - family separation at home. HOWEVER, despite all of these obstacles, Sheree-Ann believed in herself and utilised this faith to push forward and turn any negative experience into a positive one! Her journey into pharmacy leads her to the UK where she lives today. I admire her ability to step outside of her comfort zone and take risks with absolute faith that things will work out. Majority of her pharmacy career has been spent in the pharmaceutical industry as a sales representative for multiple large companies such as Astra Zeneca and GSK. She talks in depth about the variety of transferrable skills she has developed in these roles and how they have led her to where she is today. The Chia Lifestyle Instagram: @thechialifestyle and @shereeannmichelle Linkedin: @Sheree-Ann Abrahams Follow me on YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, and/or Twitter. Feel free to subscribe to the podcast on your favourite podcast platform so you can be notified when a new episode is released or leave a review on apple podcasts. If you have any suggestions for guests you want me to talk to or if you'd like to come on yourself, please feel free to contact me via social media, or email at info@pharmacistdiaries.com.

Earnings Season
AstraZeneca PLC, Q1 2022 Earnings Call, Apr 29, 2022

Earnings Season

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 91:57


AstraZeneca PLC, Q1 2022 Earnings Call, Apr 29, 2022

So Ready For Health's Podcast
LIVE Saturday Health Q&A!

So Ready For Health's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 139:24


Websitehttps://www.soreadyforhealth.com/Telegramhttps://t.me/soreadyforhealthClubhousehttps://www.clubhouse.com/club/natural-health-medicineYouTubehttps://www.youtube.com/c/nabilinhoMore Linkshttps://linktr.ee/nabilinhoSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme2/soreadyforhealth)

Noticentro
Ultimo día que se aplicará la vacuna anticovid de AstraZeneca en más de 300 puntos

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 1:26


Ultimo día que se aplicará la vacuna anticovid de AstraZeneca en más de 300 puntosContinúan restricciones en China por pandemia de Covid-19 El sarampión, la fiebre amarilla y la polio rebrotan en África

Ransquawk Rundown, Daily Podcast
Euro Market Open: APAC stocks gained after the firm lead from the US; DXY pulled back from recent highs

Ransquawk Rundown, Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 3:49


APAC stocks gained after the firm lead from the US but with advances in the region capped by disappointing earnings from Amazon and Apple.European equity futures are indicative of a higher open with Eurostoxx 50 +1.5% after the cash market closed higher by 1.1% yesterday.DXY has pulled back from recent advances but retains 103 status, activity currencies outperform G10 peers.Crude futures held on to yesterday's gains after Germany dropped its opposition to an EU embargo on Russian oil.Looking ahead, highlights include EZ Flash CPI and GDP, US March PCE, US Chicago PMI, CBR Announcement, Speech from SNB's Jordan, Supply from ItalyEarnings from BBVA, BASF, AstraZeneca, NatWest, AbbVie, Exxon, Chevron, Bristol-Myers and Colgate-Palmolive.Read the full report covering Equities, Forex, Fixed Income, Commodites and more on Newsquawk

Raise the Line
DEI Is the Solution to Better Healthcare: Kevonne Holloway, Managing Director for Global Content Partners at Elsevier

Raise the Line

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 23:00


“The role we play in healthcare is so much bigger than I could have imagined, and it's just exciting to be a part of it,” says Kevonne Holloway, Managing Director for Global Content Partners at Elsevier, when reflecting on the work of her 300-person team. GCP is responsible for 2,500 publications and other content that health educators around the world rely on to provide the foundation for medical education across multiple professional roles, and that clinicians and researchers reference in their everyday work. “In the end, we're not only meeting the needs of our customers, but we're meeting the needs of society. It seems like such a grandiose mission, but when you boil it down it's really about community and taking care of each other in the best way possible.” Part of that best way includes making sure diversity, equity and inclusion are a part of the mainstream of Elsevier's products. “DEI is not a fad. It's not a trend. It is the solution to better healthcare,” she tells host Shiv Gaglani. Tune in to learn how Holloway's servant leader approach to management facilitates trust and engagement, about Elsevier's role in combatting the “infodemic” of healthcare misinformation, and much more.

Pharm Exec Podcast
The Pulse Of Oncology

Pharm Exec Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 20:30


In episode 107, Camille Hertzka, VP, head of oncology US medical at AstraZeneca, talks about her experience as a leader in oncology over the years and to expect from the space moving into the future.

Raise the Line
Making Prior Authorization as Easy as a Credit Card Swipe - Syam Palakurthy, Co-Founder and CEO at SamaCare

Raise the Line

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 21:53


There is approximately $266 billion in administrative waste in the U.S. healthcare system each year, and much of it is tied to the complexity of insurance. Our guest today, Syam Palakurthy, co-founded SamaCare to help solve this seemingly intractable problem. SamaCare builds software to make the often-burdensome process of prior authorization as quick and easy as a credit card swipe, improving outcomes for patients and reducing a major administrative burden for providers. Tune in to this interview with host Michael Carrese to learn how Palakurthy approaches the challenge of threading together disparate incentives in the healthcare system to produce change. Plus, find out why he believes technology can be both a cause of fragility and a source of resilience, and learn how the type of “defragmentation” SamaCare strives for can be applied to the rest of the healthcare system.

Gaule's Question Time
Episode 108: Demystifying Venture Capital Term Sheets with Jonathan Hollis of Mountside Ventures

Gaule's Question Time

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 27:15


Andrew Gaule of Aimava and CirculOil, discusses with Jonathan Hollis of Mountside Ventures the 'market terms' of investors in early stage ventures. You can receive a copy of the report via the link https://docsend.com/view/zzshfij5eqd4t3ikThe objective of the  guide is to increase transparency in the early-stage fundraising ecosystem by demystifying the world of term sheets forfounders - as well as to provide better benchmarks for VCs on how their peers are investing, and how competitive their terms are.The discussion covered share preferences, founder vesting, sustainability, share options and deal fees. This content is for founders and aspiring entrepreneurs, angel investors, VCs and innovation leaders. To watch previous sessions with AstraZeneca, Shell, Henkel, BMW, Williams, SVB, Evonik and more, take a look at our YouTube channel: Aimava Purpose to Performance https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCV9o-htFNIk9Yt7jp2XcdWwAlso Gaule's Question Time Podcasts on Apple, Spotify etchttps://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/gaulesqt

CEimpact Podcast
Reliever Inhaled Glucocorticoid Treatment

CEimpact Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 29:23


Reliever Inhaled Glucocorticoid TreatmentBlack and Latinx patients are disproportionately impacted by asthma. In fact, asthma mortality rates are twice as high in Black patients compared to White patients. Are there different treatment options to help improve mortality in these populations? Join host Geoff Wall with guest Dr. Matt Trump as they discuss the PREPARE trial.The GameChangerEmerging data suggests that using a bronchodilator with an inhaled corticosteroid (ICS) may improve asthma exacerbation symptoms in diverse patient populations. This is contrary to current standards of care that encourage the use of a short-acting bronchodilator alone.  Show Segments00:00 – Introduction02:05 – Asthma in Diverse Populations04:25 – Inhaled Corticosteroids in Asthma Management 06:50 – PREPARE Trial                                                                                   18:33 – The GameChanger28:11 – Closing Remarks HostGeoff Wall, PharmD., BCPS, FCCP, CGP Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Drake University Internal Medicine/Critical Care, UnityPoint Health GuestDr. Matt Trump, DO, FACP, FCCPPulmonary & Critical Care SpecialistThe Iowa Clinic Dr. Trump is a consultant for Fishter and Paykel Healthcare and an investigator for Astra Zeneca. All relevant financial relationships have been mitigated.References and ResourcesReliever-Triggered Inhaled Glucocorticoid in Black and Latinx Adults with Asthma Redeem your CPE or CME here!Pharmacist Members CME Need a membership?Join for CPE CreditJoin for CME Credit CE InformationLearning ObjectivesUpon successful completion of this knowledge-based activity, participants should be able to:1.     Describe the disparity of outcomes in asthma between different demographics2.     Discuss the role of reliever inhaled glucocorticoids for persons with asthma 0.05 CEU/0.5 HrUAN: 0107-0000-22-176-H01-PInitial release date: 03/24/2022         Expiration date: 03/24/2023Additional CPE and CME details can be found here. 

VOV - Chương trình thời sự
VOV - Thời sự 6h (23/4/2022)

VOV - Chương trình thời sự

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2022 27:24


- Phó thủ tướng thường trực Phạm Bình Minh tiếp Thứ trưởng Ngoại giao Tòa thánh Vatican, Đức ông Miroslaw Wachowski nhân dịp sang Việt Nam tham dự và đồng chủ trì cuộc họp vòng 9 Nhóm Công tác hỗn hợp Việt Nam – Tòa thánh Vatican - Ngày 10/$10 hằng năm được chọn là Ngày Chuyển đổi số quốc gia - Nhiều sản phẩm du lịch đặc sắc được công bố đón đầu xu hướng của người dân dịp nghỉ lễ 30/4 và 1/5 sắp tới - Cảnh báo nguy cơ bùng dịch sốt xuất huyết ở TPHCM và các tỉnh phía Nam - Ủy ban Châu Âu cho phép các doanh nghiệp mua khí đốt của Nga bằng đồng rúp - Nhà sản xuất vaccine lớn nhất thế giới tạm dừng sản xuất vaccine của AstraZeneca do nhu cầu giảm Chủ đề : cảnh báo, sốt xuất huyết, phía nam --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vov1thoisu0/support

Raise the Line
Thinking Glocally - Dr. Dele Davies, Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Dean for Graduate Studies at the University of Nebraska Medical Center

Raise the Line

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 25:07


“I think I've learned as much by watching and observing and being mentored by people as I have from any formal classes I could ever take,” says Dr. Dele Davies. Dr. Davies credits his incredible role models for teaching him that handling people well is key to a harmonious and successful work life. In this episode of Raise the Line, learn how Dr. Davies, who was born in Nigeria, became interested in medicine, and specifically, pediatric infectious diseases. Find out about the extraordinary community that supports the University of Nebraska Medical Center, and other things that set UNMC apart and have helped them navigate the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, including being home to a leading healing arts program, a campus symphony, and the Global Center for Health Security's National Quarantine Unit. Tune in to discover why Dr. Davies believes it's so important to think not globally, not locally, but glocally, and to consider health a security issue. Plus, learn about the impact a master's in healthcare management had on his career, and hear why it's so important to find balance and never stop learning.

Raise the Line
Controlling Your States Through Breathing – Patrick McKeown, CEO of the Oxygen Advantage

Raise the Line

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