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LISTENShare with your Friends & FamilyShow Notes:In his From the Heart segment, Dr. Paul talks about the clash between compassion and judgement as two forces that cannot coexist. We need more compassion combined with courage and honor so that we can speak the truth boldly in a way that brings healing and unity to our broken world! This week Dr. Paul talks everything Covid with Dr. Peter McCullough, M.D., M.P.H., Vice Chief of Internal Medicine, Baylor University Medical Center. They dis [...]
Welcome to the Doctor Me First Summer Showcase where we are spotlighting the other amazing doctor podcasts that are out there. Over the next eight weeks you will get to listen to episodes provided to us by other doctor podcasters. This episode is titled Catalyzing Change and Innovation in Healthcare with Professional Coaching! Francine Gaillour MD, MBA, FACPE, PCC, PMP. Dr. Gaillour speaks about her transition from working as an Internal Medicine specialist to becoming a Professional Certified Coach and FOUNDER of the Physician Coaching Institute. Listen as she describes the three dimensions of physician fulfillment and discusses her advice to physicians seeking coaching services. Links and Resources Francine Gaillour MD, MBA, FACPE, PCC, PMP Executive Coach for Physicians, Healthcare Transformation Strategist Founder of the Physician Coaching Institute www.physiciancoachinginstitute.com www.ladydox.com 3 WAYS TO GET INCREDIBLE HELP AT LOW-COST!!! Buy my Kindle Book,Doctor Me First, on Amazon Join us for our Monthly Burnout Masterclass Series. Sit with me in my Slack Channel.
Intro: In this episode we interview Dr. Karla Williams and Dr. KeAndrea Titer. They are assistant professors of Internal Medicine at The University of Alabama at Birmingham. They are passionate about diversity, equity, and inclusion and both work to design initiatives and curriculum focused on recruitment, education, and building community. This includes the AIRR initiative, which we discuss in the episode. In this episode, we discuss creating a welcoming culture in medicine and working to drive cultural change through seeking to understand others. Welcome to Leading the Rounds. Questions We Asked: What inspired you to develop the Clear the AIRR initiative? What's the difference between a macro and microaggression? How should physicians deal with microaggressions? What does your program look like practically? How can leaders manage microaggressions?How do you create a culture of occupational wellness? What advice do you have for medical leaders? Book suggestions? Quotes & Ideas: Microaggression initiative (AIRR): Assessing, Identifying, Responding and Reporting As a leader, it is important to develop a culture where problems can be discussed openly and solutions can be made. As a trainee, it is important to seek out mentors who will feed into your career aspirations. Diversity and Inclusion programs should highlight mentorship, sponsorship and support “You have not been selected to this program because someone felt sorry for you. You have worked incredibly hard for this.”Occupational Wellness: Being in a career that you enjoy, providing value to those you are serving, and having a space to balance your own self care “You should work to see the best in everyone, but never be afraid to challenge them as well.” -Dr. Williams Enter to Learn, Depart to Serve Don't be afraid to go against the grain and change the culture of medicine. Books: Dr. Williams & Titer suggested reading The Bible as a way to learn leadership 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Steven Covey
People Who Are Eating A Healthy Plant Based Diet Actually Have A Lower Risk For Bone Fracture - Milton Mills, MD - Interview Milton Mills, M.D • https://www.preventionofdisease.org/milton-mills Milton Mills, MD practices urgent care medicine in the Washington DC area, and has served previously as Associate Director of Preventive Medicine and as a member of the National Advisory Board, for Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM). He has been a major contributor to position papers presented by PCRM to the United States Department of Agriculture regarding Dietary Guidelines for Americans, and has been the lead plaintiff in PCRM's class action lawsuit that asks for warning labels on milk. Dr. Mills earned his medical degree at Stanford University School of Medicine, and completed an Internal Medicine residency at Georgetown University Hospital. He has published several research journal articles dealing with racial bias in federal nutrition policy. He frequently donates his time via practicing at free medical clinics, and travels widely, speaking at hospitals, churches and community centers throughout the country. He was featured in the recent attention-getting film “What the Health,” and will also appear in the upcoming film “The Silent Vegan.” #MiltonMills #TheRealTruthAboutHealth #WholeFood #Vegan #Vegetarian #PlantBasedNutrition CLICK HERE - To Checkout Our MEMBERSHIP CLUB: http://www.realtruthtalks.com • Social Media ChannelsFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/TRTAHConferenceInstagram : https://www.instagram.com/therealtruthabouthealth/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/RTAHealth Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-real-truth-about-health-conference/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealTruthAboutHealth • Check out our Podcasts Visit us on Apple Podcast and Itunes search: The Real Truth About Health Free 17 Day Live Online Conference Podcast Amazon: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/23a037be-99dd-4099-b9e0-1cad50774b5a/real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcastSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0RZbS2BafJIEzHYyThm83J Google:https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zaW1wbGVjYXN0LmNvbS8yM0ZqRWNTMg%3D%3DStitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcastAudacy: https://go.audacy.com/partner-podcast-listen-real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcastiHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-real-truth-about-health-li-85932821/ Deezer: https://www.deezer.com/us/show/2867272 Reason: https://reason.fm/podcast/real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcast • Other Video ChannelsYoutube:https://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealTruthAboutHealthVimeo:https://vimeo.com/channels/1733189Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/c-1111513 Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/TRTAHConference/videos/?ref=page_internal DailyMotion: https://www.dailymotion.com/TheRealTruthAboutHealthBitChute:https://www.bitchute.com/channel/JQryXTPDOMih/ Disclaimer:Medical and Health information changes constantly. Therefore, the information provided in this podcast should not be considered current, complete, or exhaustive. Reliance on any information provided in this podcast is solely at your own risk. The Real Truth About Health does not recommend or endorse any specific tests, products, procedures, or opinions referenced in the following podcasts, nor does it exercise any authority or editorial control over that material. The Real Truth About Health provides a forum for discussion of public health issues. The views and opinions of our panelists do not necessarily reflect those of The Real Truth About Health and are provided by those panelists in their individual capacities. The Real Truth About Health has not reviewed or evaluated those statements or claims.
How can we treat prostate cancer while still protecting the heart? Dr. Alain Bouchard explores this subject with expert guests Dr. Michael Bivins, a urologist at Urology Centers of Alabama (UCA), Dr. Mollie deShazo, a medical oncologist at UCA Van Scott Cancer Center, and Dr. Carrie Lenneman, director of the Cardio-Onocology program at the University of Alabama in Birmingham.Learn more about how to treat prostate cancer and protect your heart here.About the HostDr. Alain Bouchard is a clinical cardiologist at Cardiology Specialists of Birmingham, AL. He is a native of Quebec, Canada and trained in Internal Medicine at McGill University in Montreal. He continued as a Research Fellow at the Montreal Heart Institute. He did a clinical cardiology fellowship at the University of California in San Francisco. He joined the faculty at the University of Alabama Birmingham from 1986 to 1990. He worked at CardiologyPC and Baptist Medical Center at Princeton from 1990-2019. He is now part of the Cardiology Specialists of Birmingham at St. Vincent's Health System, Ascension.Medical DisclaimerThe contents of the MyHeart.net podcast, including as textual content, graphical content, images, and any other content contained in the Podcast (“Content”) are purely for informational purposes. The Content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read or heard on the Podcast!If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor or 911 immediately. MyHeart.net does not recommend or endorse any specific tests, physicians, products, procedures, opinions, or other information that may be mentioned on the Podcast. Reliance on any information provided by MyHeart.net, MyHeart.net employees, others appearing on the Podcast at the invitation of MyHeart.net, or other visitors to the Podcast is solely at your own risk.The Podcast and the Content are provided on an “as is” basis.
It's our last episode of our dementia research mini-series! And as a follow up to our recap of Day 4, we interviewed Dr. Adam Boxer to learn more about fluid biomarkers - AKA - we ask him all about what the bloodwork and lumbar puncture is used for. Stay tuned for a very special ending of our 8-part series. Thank you for coming on the journey with us and please let us know what you think of this series by reaching out to us on our website! www.remembermeftd.com Adam L. Boxer, MD, PhD, is Endowed Professor in Memory and Aging in the Department of Neurology at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). He directs UCSF's Neurosciences Clinical Research Unit and the Alzheimer's Disease and Frontotemporal Degeneration (FTD) Clinical Trials Program at the UCSF Memory and Aging Center. Dr. Boxer's research is focused on developing new treatments and biomarkers for neurodegenerative diseases, particularly those involving tau and TDP-43. Dr. Boxer received his medical and doctorate degrees as part of the NIH-funded Medical Scientist Training Program at New York University Medical Center. He completed an internship in Internal Medicine at California Pacific Medical Center, a residency in Neurology at Stanford University Medical Center, followed by a fellowship in behavioral neurology at UCSF. We loved Dr. Boxer! Enjoy the science side of our experience, you guys! -- Special thank you to the ALLFTD Study for their support in the creation of this series. You can support Remember Me by visiting our website www.remembermeftd.com where you can shop our merch, join re-members only or donate. You can follow us on instagram @remembermepodcast. ---- Today's sponsor is The Bluefield Project: The Bluefield Project to Cure FTD, is on a mission to support research to improve our understanding of a genetic form of Frontotemporal dementia, and to help find a cure for this devastating disease. So how can you help? If FTD runs in your family, participating in a Natural History Study, or in a therapeutic clinical trial, makes an enormous contribution. To learn more, please go to ftdregistry.org ---- Remember Me is a podcast created by two moms who became fast friends on Instagram while caregiving for their parents. It features stories of Frontotemporal Dementia (FTD) with a focus on remembering individuals for who they were before the disease. The stories shared are raw, real, and so full of love. We hope it inspires you to "accept the good." --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rememberme/support
The Salad With a Side of Fries podcast is hosted by Jenn Trepeck, discussing wellness and weight loss for real life, clearing up the myths, misinformation, bad science & marketing surrounding our nutrition knowledge and the food industry. Let's dive into wellness and weight loss for real life, including drinking, eating out, and skipping the grocery store.For today's episode, Dr. Lisa Oldson, founder of Oldson Medical and Smart Weight Loss Coaching, joins us to discuss binge eating. Binge Eating Disorder is the most common eating disorder, but it is often undiagnosed because it's easy to hide. Tune in to learn how self compassion, medication and knowledge could support someone with a binge eating disorder and binge eating behavior.IN THIS EPISODE:● [06:45] Lisa Oldson's journey.● [11:00] The way we speak to ourselves is so important.● [14:15] Understanding that nobody chooses to have binge eating disorder or chooses to carry excess weight.● [18:00] How we define a binge eating disorder.● [22:00] Binge eating disorder is the most common of the eating disorders.● [25:00] Binge eating can feel like a personality flaw, but it is a medical condition.● [32:00] Someone can have binge eating disorder, but their significant other, spouse, or roommate could have no idea, because they hide it.● [36:00] Self-compassion and self-coaching might assist with some skills and strategies to address binge eating disorder.● [41:00] By using the word “practice” you create a little softness and space for yourself not to get it right from the beginning.KEY TAKEAWAYS:● Binge eating disorder is a medical condition and is the most common eating disorder in the United States.● Binge eating is difficult to diagnose as it's often hidden from those closest to us.● There are ways to support people struggling with binge eating like medication, self compassion and shifting perspectives.QUOTES:“The one thing I would ask people to walk away with some compassion and understanding for the fact that nobody chooses to have binge eating disorder, nobody chooses to carry excess weight.” Dr. Lisa Oldson“Binge eating disorder is definitely the most common of the eating disorders and my opinion about why it is so underrecognized and underdiagnosed is because of the shame and the blame that people have.” Dr. Lisa OldsonRESOURCES:Become A Member of Salad with a Side of FriesJenn's Free Menu PlanA Salad With a Side of FriesA Salad With a Side of Fries InstagramGUEST RESOURCES:Lisa Oldson InstagramLisa Oldson FacebookLisa Oldson TwitterLisa Oldson LinkedInGUEST BIO:As an Obesity Medicine physician coming from a Primary Care background, she understands the impact of excess weight on health as well as on self-esteem, employment, relationships, mood and productivity. Every day we make a myriad of decisions about food, movement and lifestyle that impact our weight. She acts both as a docent and a coach, educating and guiding individuals as they navigate these decisions, for themselves and for those in their community.She's board certified in Internal Medicine since 1997 and Obesity Medicine since 2013. As the founder of Oldson Medical and Smart Weight Loss Coaching she has an opportunity to impact people's weight and health every day. As she says, with this role comes a responsibility to refute the shame and stigma so often attached to excess weight. An elevated BMI is not a moral failing, it's a medical condition. Nobody chooses to struggle with their weight. Her work is all about helping people off that struggle bus!
In this episode, Libby chats with Dr. Michael Mithoefer about MDMA Assisted Therapy for PTSD. Dr. Mithoefer is the Senior Medical Director for Medical Affairs, Training and Supervision for the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS). Dr. Mithoefer covers his background and what inspired his passion to help the veteran community heal from PTSD and trauma.Dr. Mithoefer describes the process of participating in a MDMA Assisted Therapy Trial and how the use of MDMA decreases fear and defensiveness to enable the desire to discuss the trauma. Several participants have expressed the inability to move forward or process the trauma clearly, however, after several sessions they have been able to evolve within a safe, controlled environment. Creating a new perspective!MDMA Assisted Therapy is currently in its third stage of clinical trials. Follow the research at maps.org/mdma/ptsd . Follow on MAPS news on Instagram @mapsnewsBio for Dr. Michael MithoeferMichael Mithoefer, M.D., is a psychiatrist living in Asheville, NC, with a research office in Charleston, SC. In 2000, he began collaborating with MAPS on the first U.S. Phase 2 clinical trial of MDMA-assisted psychotherapy. He and his wife Annie have since conducted two of the six MAPS-sponsored Phase 2 clinical trials testing MDMA-assisted psychotherapy for PTSD, as well a study providing MDMA-assisted sessions for therapists who have completed the MAPS-sponsored MDMA Therapy Training Program, and a pilot study treating couples with MDMA-assisted psychotherapy combined with Cognitive-Behavioral Conjoint Therapy. He is now Senior Medical Director for Medical Affairs, Training and Supervision at MAPS Public Benefit Corporation (MAPS PBC). He is a Grof-certified Holotropic Breathwork Facilitator, is trained in EMDR and Internal Family Systems Therapy, and has nearly 30 years of experience treating trauma patients. Before going into psychiatry in 1991, he practiced emergency medicine for ten years, served as medical director of the Charleston County and Georgetown County Emergency Departments, and has held clinical faculty positions at the Medical University of South Carolina. He has been board-certified in Psychiatry, Emergency Medicine, and Internal Medicine.LinksMount Sinai: Five Things to Know About MDMA-Assisted Therapy for PTSDPsychedelic drug provides relief for veterans with PTSD"Thank you to BetterHelp for sponsoring today's episode!Behind the Service listeners can get 10% off by visiting:https://betterhelp.com/behindtheserviceHome » Coming Home WellWe are a 501C3 nonprofit organization.Check out other podcasts: Peace After Combathttps://www.buzzsprout.com/1928334Make sure you like, leave a review and share with a friend!Follow us on IG @behindtheservice Facebook at Behind The Service Coming Home Well LinkedIn at Coming Home Well Stay up to date and gain early access to new podcasts and upcoming events by signing up for our newsletter at Coming Home Well Newsletter
Today, about 65% of adults and 15% of children and adolescents in the US are overweight or obese. The physiological mechanism causing the increase in obesity is no mystery: Americans eat more calories than they burn, and the excess energy is stored as fat. But is this the only cause….. Exercise, Stress, Lack of Sleep, Lack of Purpose, Feeling Hopeless, The psychology of losing weight also has a profound effect on losing weight… Broadcast Bio: Dr. Chari is a medical doctor, with a specialty in Internal Medicine. She practices Integrative Medicine for over 23 years providing virtual consultations. She is the Medical Director of a family-owned Integrative Medical Clinic called the Chari Center of Health. She received her medical degree from the Medical College of Ohio and completed her internship and residency at NorthShore University Health System affiliated with the University of Chicago. #VOC #voicesofcourage #KenDFoster #DrRopaChari #podcast See the full podcast video: https://youtu.be/ZHd6i83vnAE Like || Comment || Share ------------------------------------------------------------- Enjoy & stay connected with us! ► Visit us: voicesofcourage.us ► Like us on Facebook: facebook.com/VoicesofCourageRadio ► Follow us on Instagram: instagram.com/kendfoster_ ► Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/KennethFoster ► Contact us on Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/kendfoster
Welcome to this week's Global Wellness for All Podcast episode with your host, Laleh Hancock. What is Wellbeing? What can we be and do that will create wellness and wellbeing in our lives and living? What questions can we ask when we desire to create from the space of wellbeing? Come join this fun conversation with my friend Dr. Miriam Zylberglait (Dr. Z) as we explore these questions and more. Dr. Miriam Zylberglait Lisigurski (Dr. Z) is triple Board-Certified in Internal Medicine, Geriatrics, and Obesity Medicine. In addition, she has completed a Physician Leadership Academy (FMA), a Fellowship on Leadership Development and Education (AAMC) and has been certified as a Mental Health Ally. As a fellow of the American College of Physicians (ACP) she was selected to be part of the National Wellness and Professional Fulfillment Committee. To find more on Laleh's upcoming events: https://globalwellnessforall.com/events/ For more information on private sessions with Laleh, click HERE
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Turning the Tide in Equine Veterinary Medicine with Dr. Debbie Spike-PierceDescription: What does the future of equine veterinary medicine hold? Rood & Riddle CEO, Dr. Debbie Spike-Pierce, explains the current situation of the industry. She then delves into some of the changes that can make a difference for veterinarians and adding longevity to their careers as well as how we attract more students to a career in equine medicine.
This week Bobbi Conner talks with Dr. Elisha Brownfield about the various vaccines available now, to help prevent pneumonia and pneumonia complications in adults. Dr. Elisha Brownfield is a Professor of Internal Medicine and a General Internist at MUSC.
Legal scholar. Lawyer. Professor. Writer. Time Magazine's Most Influential Person. Tiger Mom.There's not much that Amy Chua hasn't done—or can't do. She clerked for the U.S. Court of Appeals, worked on Wall Street, and authored an international bestseller. It wasn't until she published her wildly popular memoir, Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, that Amy Chua became a household name. People around the world read about her unique, and often controversial, approach to parenting, i.e. “tiger mothering.”Described as an “ox” by her father, Amy credits her own parents' strict—and sometimes merciless—“tough love” style of parenting for her success. A daughter of immigrants, Amy learned from an early age to persevere against all odds, to eschew victimhood, and to take pride in her identity as an armor against discrimination.But despite her fierce public persona, Amy is a lot like the rest of us: replete with self-doubt and struggle. In this episode of Beyond the Prescription, Amy shares her failures and successes as a parent, a hospitalized patient, and a self-described “work in progress.” A new episode launches every Tuesday. Beyond the Prescription is hosted by Dr. Lucy McBride (https://lucymcbride.com/podcast) and produced by kglobal (https://kglobal.com/podcast-studio).
Welcome to Difficult Conversations with Dr. Anthony Orsini. In previous episodes, we've had some guests that talked about the problem of substance abuse among physicians. We heard about an incredible film documentary on physician suicide and we heard from physicians about their journey with burnout, This is an important topic because it doesn't just impact doctors and their families, it also affects patients. According to one statistic, physician suicide affects 900,000 patients per year in the United States, and a physician dies by suicide in the U.S. on an average of one per day, That speaks to a very larger problem in healthcare. Recently, I read the book, Why Physicians Die by Suicide: and I knew I had to have the author on since he has a unique insight into this problem. Today, my guest is Dr. Michael Myers, Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at SUNY-Downstate Health Sciences University in Brooklyn. He's a specialist in physician health , a researcher, teacher, and consultant, as well as an author of nine books. He's a highly regarded speaker and lecturer on all aspects of physician well-being. Michael shares the story about his medical school roommate who committed suicide. We find out how Dr. Myers started out in Internal Medicine and the game changing decision that made him take the leap into Psychiatry. Dr. Orsini and Dr. Meyers share their concerns on the “elephant in the room” problem, how we got into this crisis, . Many physicians are asking for help, but as Dr. Meyers explains there is work being done to make it easier and more permissible to ask for help. We dive into Dr. Meyers book, and he shares stories about the hundreds of families he interviewed, and how this changed his life, To the family and friends of physicians out there, Dr. Meyers goes in depth on how they can identify the red flags To the physicians who are feeling depressed or having suicidal thoughts, he sheds some light on what the rules and laws are that protect them, and the best way to find the psychiatrist that is right for them. If you enjoyed this podcast, please hit subscribe on your favorite podcast platform. Go ahead and download this episode now! Host:Dr. Anthony OrsiniGuest:Dr. Michael MyersFor More Information:Difficult Conversations PodcastThe Orsini WayThe Orsini Way-FacebookThe Orsini Way-LinkedInThe Orsini Way-InstagramThe Orsini Way-Twitterdrorsini@theorsiniway.comIt's All In The Delivery: Improving Healthcare Starting With A Single Conversation by Dr. Anthony OrsiniResources Mentioned:Michael F. Myers, MD WebsiteDr. Michael Myers LinkedInDr. Michael Myers TwitterWhy Physicians Die by Suicide: Lessons Learned from Their Families and Others Who Cared by Michael F. Myers, MD
The ability to critically appraise the validity of published literature is an essential skill for all physicians. This lecture will explore the principles of evidence based medicine with a focus on critical appraisal of randomized controlled trials.
Dr. Nicole Perrotte is Board Certified in Internal Medicine with 15 plus years of practicing in the hospital setting. She had additional responsibilities of administrative work including being a medical director and working on quality improvements. With the arrival of her twins, Nicole found herself unable to do it all. That was when she found that she was burnt out. She was able to find coaching and get to the other side and is now thriving. She helps professional women who are stressed and burned out from dealing with the quakes of life, work-life balance, stress, time management and young children. "I help them find their voice and reclaim their life. " Dr. Perrotte is a Certified Wellness Coach who is passionate about helping other women to find time for themselves to practice self-care and reclaim To Connect with Dr. Nicole:
When your dog has cancer, there are a lot more people on her care team than just you and the oncologist. Veterinary technicians – including ones who specialize in oncology – are another layer of medical professionals ready to help your dog. Jenny Fisher, Registered Veterinary Technician and Veterinary Technician Specialist in Oncology, was the Head Technician in Oncology at Louisiana State for 14 years. Fisher explains what vet techs do in the hospital, the education they have undergone, and the struggles of working in this profession. She also explains why vet techs aren't called veterinary nurses in the US, and untangles some of the different credentials used in various states. Links Mentioned in Today's Show: Academy of Internal Medicine for Veterinary Technicians National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America American Association of Veterinary State Boards Related Links: Cancer Treatment Unit at Louisiana State University How to Meditate With Your Dog (the Maui the dog story) About Today's Guest, Jenny Cassibry Fisher: Jenny has worked in veterinary medicine in some regard for over 25 years, receiving her RVT in 2002 and her VTS (IM-oncology) in 2015. Her clinical experience includes academia, general medicine, and emergency medicine. Jenny serves as the president-elect for the Academy of Internal Medicine for Veterinary Technicians (AIMVT). LinkedIn Other Links: To join the private Facebook group for readers of Dr. Dressler's book “The Dog Cancer Survival Guide,” go to https://www.facebook.com/groups/dogcancersupport/ Dog Cancer Answers is a Maui Media production in association with Dog Podcast Network This episode is sponsored by the best-selling animal health book The Dog Cancer Survival Guide: Full Spectrum Treatments to Optimize Your Dog's Life Quality and Longevity by Dr. Demian Dressler and Dr. Susan Ettinger. Available everywhere fine books are sold. Have a guest you think would be great for our show? Contact our producers at DogCancerAnswers.com Have an inspiring True Tail about your own dog's cancer journey you think would help other dog lovers? Share your true tail with our producers. If you would like to ask a dog cancer related question for one of our expert veterinarians to answer on a future Q&A episode, call our Listener Line at 808-868-3200 www.dogcanceransers.com. Dog Cancer News is a free weekly newsletter that contains useful information designed to help your dog with cancer. To sign up, please visit: www.dogcancernews.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Annie sits down with Dr. Mike Herring, Dr. of Internal Medicine who has a pretty large following on TikTok and Instagram for relatable comedic videos to discuss his career as well as living a balanced lifestyle. Find Mike at @dr.mike_md
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Today we are joined by Dr. Brian Locke to talk about multiple new critical care trials, including the CLASSIC trial of a restrictive vs standard fluid strategy, the LOVIT trial of vitamin C in septic shock, and the PREPARE-II trial of fluid bolus at the time of intubation to prevent cardiovascular collapse. We also look at whether 72 hours of antibiotics are safe in patients with neutropenic fever, whether hospitalist workload affects patient length of stay, and what kind of careers general internists are pursuing over the last decade. Restrictive Fluids for Septic ShockShort vs Standard Antibiotics for Neutropenic FeverIV Vitamin C for Septic ShockVitamin C Meta-analysisHospitalist Workload and Patient Length of StayFluid Bolus for IntubationGeneral Internist Practice ChoicesGenetically Modified Porcine to Human Cardiac XenotransplantationMusic from Uppbeat (free for Creators!):https://uppbeat.io/t/soundroll/dopeLicense code: NP8HLP5WKGKXFW2R
After practicing medicine for several years and raising two children who were officially off to college, Dr. Melissa Sundermann decided it was time to pursue her own passions and expand her knowledge and scope of practice. While she loved being an internal medicine physician in Ann Arbor, Michigan, she wasn't fulfilled by the revolving door aspect of the system - quick appointments, multiple patients, and prescription-based treatment. So, Melissa did what we all do when we're searching for an answer - she went to Google. Lo and behold, she discovered Lifestyle Medicine and knew instantly that she had found her calling - helping people treat and prevent diseases through the six pillars of lifestyle medicine: movement, restorative sleep, stress management, avoidance of risky behaviors, positive social connections, and of course a whole-foods plant predominant diet. In this episode, she shares some of the advice and resources she gives to her patients who come in for lifestyle consultations and the great impact she is able to make in her patients' lives. She also talks in-depth about the benefits of a whole food plant-based diet and the pillars of lifestyle medicine for women in perimenopause and menopause, and how she puts these pillars into practice in her own life. Dr. Sundermann helps patients reach their health and longevity potential at any age and I know you'll love her enthusiasm and zest for life. She is living her dream so that you can live yours. Episode Timestamps 3:20 Dr. Sundermann's Introduction and a House Transitioning! 5:10 Dr. Sundermann's inspiration for becoming a Doctor 8:30 What exactly does an Internal Medicine do? 13:45 Google to the Rescue! 22:20 The Pillars of Lifestyle Medicine - #1 Nutrition 23:05 #2 Movement 24:05 #3 Restorative Sleep 28:14 #4 Avoidance of Risky Behaviors - Smoking, Alcohol 29:10 #5 Stress Management - Managing Cortisol with Breathing Exercises 31:25 #6 Social Connection 32:40 Bonus #7 FRESH AIR 33:15 Promising research and advice for treating symptoms related to the perimenopause and menopause transition Episode Resources Watch the Episode on YouTube PLANTSTRONG Foods - shop our official unsalted broths- and our growing assortment of other delicious products made without oil, added sugar, or excessive sodium . PLANTSTRONG Sedona Retreat - October 10th-15th, 2022 - Dr. Doug Lisle - the esteemed evolutionary psychologist and co-author of The Pleasure Trap - is attending our upcoming Sedona Retreat to give three of his paradigm shifting lectures that help us understand all the forces working against us in our quest to live plantstrong. Once you SEE the system we live in - you can't UNSEE it. And Dr. Lisle is a master in giving us language and tools to set ourselves on a permanent path to success. And great news! Our Sedona retreat has been approved for 21.5 CME credits for physicians and physician assistants. And 21.5 Nursing Contact Hours for nurses…. And 2.2 CEUs for other healthcare professionals as part of the registration fee for our PLANTSTRONG Retreat. PLANTSTRONG Meal Planner Visit plantstrong.com for all PLANTSTRONG Resources, including books, recipes, foods and the PLANTSTRONG Coaching Programs Join the Free PLANTSTRONG Community with over 26,000 members Theme Music for Episode Promo Music: Your Love by Atch License: Creative Commons License - Attribution 3.0
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In January of this year, entrepreneur and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban launched a direct-to-consumer pharmacy called the Cost Plus Drug Company, promising savings by eliminating middlemen and charging cost plus 15% and a pharmacy fee. What if Medicare could do the same? On this episode of Managed Care Cast, we speak with a researcher who coauthored a study out this week that looked at the savings to Medicare Part D if the same model had been employed for some of the most used generic drugs. Hussain S. Lalani, MD, MPH, an internist and one of the coauthors, discussed the findings of the paper, published Monday in the Annals of Internal Medicine. The analysis compared the price paid by Medicare Part D plans in 2020 with the price of 89 generic drugs sold by the pharmacy in 2022. The researchers, from Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School, used the price paid by Medicare Part D plans in 2020 and looked at the price of 89 generic drugs sold by the pharmacy in 2022. After adjusting for changes in drug costs between 2020 and 2022, the researchers found that Medicare paid more on 77 of the 89 generic drugs: $8.1 billion compared with $4.5 billion. Medicare would have saved as much as $3.6 billion over 1 year.
The original creators of the Medicus Podcast are wrapping up their first year of residency and offer their perspectives on being an intern. Alek Druck - Urology, University of South Florida Mara Peterson - Internal Medicine, Oregon Health and Science University Nathan Burstedt - Preliminary Medicine Year, Loyola University Medical Center (going into Internal Medicine at Overland Park Regional Medical Center) Joshua Lewis - Preliminary Medicine Year, Advocate Lutheran General Hospital (going into Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Montefiore Medical Center) Episode produced by: Rasa Valiauga, Katie Mott Episode recording date: January - June, 2022 www.medicuspodcast.com | firstname.lastname@example.org | Donate: http://bit.ly/MedicusDonate --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/medicus/message
The Benefits Of Plant Based Diets For Cancer Patients - Milton Mills, MDMilton Mills, M.D • https://www.preventionofdisease.org/milton-mills Milton Mills, MD practices urgent care medicine in the Washington DC area, and has served previously as Associate Director of Preventive Medicine and as a member of the National Advisory Board, for Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM). He has been a major contributor to position papers presented by PCRM to the United States Department of Agriculture regarding Dietary Guidelines for Americans, and has been the lead plaintiff in PCRM's class action lawsuit that asks for warning labels on milk. Dr. Mills earned his medical degree at Stanford University School of Medicine, and completed an Internal Medicine residency at Georgetown University Hospital. He has published several research journal articles dealing with racial bias in federal nutrition policy. He frequently donates his time via practicing at free medical clinics, and travels widely, speaking at hospitals, churches and community centers throughout the country. He was featured in the recent attention-getting film “What the Health,” and will also appear in the upcoming film “The Silent Vegan.” #MiltonMills #TheRealTruthAboutHealth #WholeFood #Vegan #Vegetarian #PlantBasedNutrition CLICK HERE - To Checkout Our MEMBERSHIP CLUB: http://www.realtruthtalks.com Social Media ChannelsFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/TRTAHConferenceInstagram : https://www.instagram.com/therealtruthabouthealth/Twitter: https://twitter.com/RTAHealthLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-real-truth-about-health-conference/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealTruthAboutHealth Check out our Podcasts Visit us on Apple Podcast and Itunes search: The Real Truth About Health Free 17 Day Live Online Conference Podcast Amazon: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/23a037be-99dd-4099-b9e0-1cad50774b5a/real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcastSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0RZbS2BafJIEzHYyThm83JGoogle:https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zaW1wbGVjYXN0LmNvbS8yM0ZqRWNTMg%3D%3DStitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcastAudacy: https://go.audacy.com/partner-podcast-listen-real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcastiHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-real-truth-about-health-li-85932821/Deezer: https://www.deezer.com/us/show/2867272 Other Video ChannelsYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealTruthAboutHealthVimeo: https://vimeo.com/channels/1733189Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/c-1111513Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TRTAHConference/videos/?ref=page_internalDailyMotion: https://www.dailymotion.com/TheRealTruthAboutHealthBitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/JQryXTPDOMih/ Disclaimer:Medical and Health information changes constantly. Therefore, the information provided in this podcast should not be considered current, complete, or exhaustive. Reliance on any information provided in this podcast is solely at your own risk. The Real Truth About Health does not recommend or endorse any specific tests, products, procedures, or opinions referenced in the following podcasts, nor does it exercise any authority or editorial control over that material. The Real Truth About Health provides a forum for discussion of public health issues. The views and opinions of our panelists do not necessarily reflect those of The Real Truth About Health and are provided by those panelists in their individual capacities. The Real Truth About Health has not reviewed or evaluated those statements or claims.
On today's episode we interview Dr. Philip Nizza, D.O. a board-certified infectious disease doctor. Dr. Nizza went to medical school at NYIT COM, followed by a three-year internal medicine residency at North Shore University Hospital and ultimately a two-year infectious disease fellowship at Memorial Sloan Kettering in New York, arguably the most prestigious Cancer Center in the world. Dr. Nizza discusses with us his responsibilities as an ID physician as well as how his D.O. degree shaped his experience and perspective on medicine and patient care. Dr. Nizza goes on to share with us how he met his wife, Dr. Natalie Assalone, during medical school at NYITCOM and how they built their life together through residency and raising children in a “two physician household.” He ultimately relates Natalie's battle with a rare cancer and her tragic death. He touches on the unique experience of love and loss made more difficult through the lens of a skilled physician. This episode touches on heavy topics and difficult experiences that many of us do not expect to encounter in our lives, however, Dr. Nizza's story is an inspiring one and teaches us the many valuable lessons he has learned despite the hardships he has faced. Dr. Nizza and his family have created the Natalie Assalone Nizza Memorial Award in her honor which gives $5,000 annually to a graduating student who demonstrates dedication as a parent while simultaneously balancing their passion for medicine.Last year the award was given to Dr. Larysa Aheyeva who grew up in Belarus and moved to America to better her daughter's life. She is training to become an OB/GYN. This year the award went to Dr. Yisroel Grabie, a father of three who matched at Staten Island Hospital for Internal Medicine.Dr. Nizza has asked that anyone moved by Natalie's story consider a donation, no matter how large or small, to the scholarship fund. Donations can be made through the NYIT.edu website by clicking in the right upper quadrant on the “give” icon, choosing other and typing in Nizza Memorial. We hope you are moved by this episode.Click the link https://alumni.nyit.edu/giving/nyitcom and then select Natalie Assalone Scholarship from the dropdown menu.
What does it take to be a good ally? What habits need to be unlearned and replaced with better approaches to racism? In this series on healthcare and social disparities, Dr. Jill Wener, a board-certified Internal Medicine specialist, meditation expert, and tapping practitioner, interviews experts and gives her own insights into multiple fields relating to social justice and anti-racism. In this episode, Jill interviews Dr. Sunny Nakae, the Senior Associate Dean for Equity, Inclusion, Diversity, and Partnership, and Associate Professor of Medical Education at the California University of Science and Medicine. They discuss the importance of not fearing stigma or fallout and the recognition of humanity when it comes to being an ally, how interpersonal learning and relationships are necessary to increase the success of DEI programs, and holding people accountable but not shaming them on their equity work journey. Dr. Nakae recalls the quote, “An open hand is better than a closed fist.” Dr. Nakae works with national organizations to increase access and equity in higher education for students and trainees from historically excluded groups that are undocumented, minoritized, underrepresented, and marginalized. She is known for her expertise in mission-driven, intersectional, holistic review processes. Dr. Nakae is dedicated to improving inclusive institutional excellence through co-liberatory equity practice. Her scholarship centers on access, equity, diversity, and outcomes across the spectrum of premedical preparation through faculty development in medical education. LINKS Genderbread Person Her book: Pre-Med Prep The Thin Book of Trust by Charles Feltman ** Our website www.consciousantiracism.com You can learn more about Dr. Wener and her online meditation and tapping courses at www.jillwener.com, and you can learn more about her online social justice course, Conscious Anti Racism: Tools for Self-Discovery, Accountability, and Meaningful Change at https://theresttechnique.com/courses/conscious-anti-racism. If you're a healthcare worker looking for a CME-accredited course, check out Conscious Anti-Racism: Tools for Self-Discovery, Accountability, and Meaningful Change in Healthcare at www.theresttechnique.com/courses/conscious-anti-racism-healthcare Join her Conscious Anti-Racism facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/307196473283408 Follow her on: Instagram at @jillwenerMD Twitter at @jillwenerMD Facebook at @jillwenerMDmeditation LinkedIn at @jill-wener-md-682746125
Dr. Richard Arroyo joins yet again to discuss our intern year coming to a close, and our final days on internal medicine. We discuss what it is like to be an off-service resident on intern medicine. We discuss the challenges of dealing with this potentially intense and uncomfortable field of medicine. We talk about how this learning opportunity helped solidify concepts we learned in medical school. We discuss how we grew as residents but also humans on this rotation. If you enjoy Richard and I chatting, I'm willing to bet you'll enjoy the book we published together, "IMPERFECT BALANCE: Behavioral Health Disorders & First Year Medical Students" available on Amazon. #internyear #intern #interndoctors #residency #PGY1 #resident #palliativecare #hospice #death #dying #attending #usmle #healthcare #medicine --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/talk-mental-health-with-dr-logan-noone-do/support
EPISODE 140 - Dr. Michael Albert is a co-founder and the Chief Medical Officer of Accomplish Health, a virtual obesity medicine practice. He is board-certified in Internal Medicine and a Diplomate of the American Board of Obesity Medicine. Before joining Accomplish Health, he served a joint faculty appointment at Cedars-Sinai and UCLA. In addition, Dr. Albert founded the Medical Weight Loss Program at Cedars-Sinai under the Weight Loss Center. He completed his internship and residency at Cedars-Sinai, where he served as the Kennamer Fellow for UCLA. He earned his MD from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center and his BS from Duke University. In his spare time, Dr. Albert cohosts the Impossible Healthcare podcast and is an active social media user, including TikTok, where he educates his over 220K followers on obesity and health. In the episode, he shares why the prevalence of obesity continues to rise; how food processing affects satiety; weight loss approaches that are a waste of time, money, and energy…and more! EPISODE WEBPAGE: thehealthinvestment.com/140 P.S. – If you're liking The Health Investment Podcast, be sure to hit “subscribe/follow” so that you never miss an episode
Today we have the privilege of having a panel of three guests for this episode. Today's guests are the Chief Residents in Internal Medicine at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. They include John Blickle, Melanie Wiseman, and Rainey Johnson. All three of them have dedicated time to the study and practice of medical leadership and we look forward to following them as they continue to grow as leaders. In this episode we discuss the transition from trainee to leader, how to make leadership training a priority, and lessons from their time as chief residents. Welcome to leading the rounds. Questions We Asked: When did you first recognise the importance of medical leadership?What valuable things did you learn from the leadership curriculum at Walter Reed?What is something that you learned you were initially doing poorly? What can someone do to improve as a leader if they don't have a formal training program? What surprised you transitioning into a leadership position as a chief resident?What were the little things that you did to change the culture of your residency program?What advice would you have for medical trainees? Quotes & Ideas: You won't have extra time during residency for leadership training, you have to make the time -John “To take care of our patients best, we have to learn these [leadership] skills.” -Melanie Listen Aggressively -Melanie The way that you set an example has an impact on the expectations of the group, even if they are not explicitly said - Rainey Create a culture of feedback and make sure there aren't barriers preventing you from obtaining honest feedback -John When you get feedback, take a moment to accept it before you begin to defend yourself -Melanie As leaders, we should continuously be looking for opportunities to grow -Rainey A leadership training activity: contrasting a great attending and a terrible attending and reflecting on why “Culture is difficult to change… because it's changed by lots of little acts that show what the leadership values” -Rainey They chose the value that they were going to care “If a message can be misinterpreted, it will be misinterpreted.”-John “Don't just do something, stand there.” -John “You can't change the culture if you don't understand the people in it and what they value.” -John “If you haven't read hundreds of books, you are functionally illiterate, and you will be incompetent, because your personal experiences alone aren't broad enough to sustain you.” -Jim Mattis Books: The Culture Code by Dan Coyle It's Your Ship by D. Michael AbrashoffCall Sign Chaos: Learning to Lead by Jim Mattis
The Art of Transitions pt3 (final): BECOMING (an attending) Welcome to Season 6 of The Black Doctors Podcast!! This highlights our TWO YEAR ANNIVERSARY!!! Two years of bringing diversity, equity and inclusion to the podcasting space. Let's continue this month's conversation. This is the final segment of our conversation. We talk about the transition from being a learner to becoming an educator. We also talk about ways to give back along the educational pathway and how we maintain work-life balance. June is a huge month for those in the medical field. Medical Students are Starting Residency. Resident Physicians are graduating and continuing on to Fellowship or Attending Life. Over the month of June we will feature a carefully curated panel to explore these issues and provide advice on how to successfully navigate these transitions. Dr. Steven Bradley, Anesthesiologist . Graduate of Howard University College of Medicine and University of Chicago Anesthesiology. 4 years of practice as an attending in the US Navy. Dr. Italo Brown, Emergency Med icine. Graduate of Meharry Medical College and Jacobi Medical Center. He earned an MPH at Boston University and completed fellowship in Social Emergency Medicine at Stanford University. He has practiced for 1 year as an attending at an academic medical center in addition to other pursuits in journalism and consulting. Dr. Brittne Halford, Internal Medicine . Graduate of Northwestern University and Residency at University of Washington St. Louis. She has practiced for several years as an attending and she hosts the More Joy More Wealth Youtube channel where she talks about money management while maintaining your happiness. Dr. Nate Jones, Pediatric Emergency Medicine. Graduate of Robert Wood Johnson and University of Chicago Pediatrics where he also earned a Masters of Public Policy. He completed Peds EM fellowship at Childrens National Medical Center and has practiced for 1 year as an attending at an academic medical center. Dr. Kayana Ward, Obstetrician and Gynecologist. Graduate of the Howard University College of Medicine and SUNY Downstate OBGYN. She practiced for 3 years in academic medicine where she served as clerkship director and residency APD. She completed her MPH and has worked in private practice for the past year. We would love to hear how you enjoyed this episode. Leave a review and rating on apple Pocasts. **This episode was sponsored by Picmonic . Visit their website and mention the podcast when you subscribe. **This episode was sponsored by TrueLearn . Visit their website and use the discount code "BDPODCAST" to save $25 on your subscription. (Available through 31 December 2022 or while supples last.) **Interested in starting a podcast? Check out Riverside for your remote recording needs: RIVERSIDE.FM If you enjoyed this episode, please share with a friend and leave a comment and rating on iTunes. TBDP is a volunteer passion project with the goal of inspiring all who listen. In-house music and audio production, so any ideas for improvements or suggestions for future guests are welcome. Visit www.StevenBradleyMD.com to learn more about our host. He is available for consultations or speaking engagements regarding health equity and medical ethics. Leave a voice memo that we can include in a future episode: Pass The Mic
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This episode is brought to you by Mitopure and Levels. Skin problems like acne, psoriasis, and eczema are often treated with over-the-counter lotions, creams, and potions or even with antibiotics. But while these options may reduce symptoms temporarily, they don't get to the root cause of the problem. In Functional Medicine, we dig deep to determine the underlying cause of skin issues, which often originate in the gut—treat the gut, and the skin clears up.In today's episode, I talk with Dr. Elizabeth Boham, Dhru Purohit, and Dr. Todd LePine about the pathophysiology of acne, why diet matters for skin health, and how gut health is related to skin health. Dr. Elizabeth Boham is a physician and nutritionist who practices Functional Medicine at The UltraWellness Center in Lenox, MA. Through her practice and lecturing, she has helped thousands of people achieve their goals of optimum health and wellness. She witnesses the power of nutrition every day in her practice and is committed to training other physicians to utilize nutrition in healing. Dhru Purohit is a podcast host, serial entrepreneur, and investor in the health and wellness industry. His podcast, The Dhru Purohit Podcast, is a top 50 global health podcast with over 30 million unique downloads. His interviews focus on the inner workings of the brain and the body and feature the brightest minds in wellness, medicine, and mindset.Dr. Todd LePine graduated from Dartmouth Medical School and is board certified in Internal Medicine, specializing in Integrative Functional Medicine. He is an Institute for Functional Medicine Certified Practitioner. Prior to joining The UltraWellness Center, he worked as a physician at Canyon Ranch in Lenox, MA, for 10 years. Dr. LePine's focus at The UltraWellness Center is to help his patients achieve optimal health and vitality by restoring natural balance to both the mind and the body. His areas of interest include optimal aging, bio-detoxification, functional gastrointestinal health, systemic inflammation, autoimmune disorders, and the neurobiology of mood and cognitive disorders. Dr. LePine enjoys skiing, kayaking, hiking, camping, and golfing in the beautiful Berkshires and is a fitness enthusiast. This episode is brought to you by Mitopure and Levels.Mitopure is the first and only clinically tested, pure form of a natural gut metabolite called urolithin A that clears damaged mitochondria away from our cells and supports the growth of new, healthy mitochondria. Get 10% off at timelinenutrition.com/drhyman and use code DRHYMAN10 at checkout.By leveraging biosensors like continuous glucose monitors (CGM), Levels provides real-time feedback on how diet and lifestyle choices impact your metabolic health. Learn more about Levels by going to levels.link/HYMAN.Full-length episodes of these interviews can be found here:Dr. Elizabeth BohamMasterclass with Dhru PurohitDr. Todd LePine See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Nick Rigler & Megan Kotzin flip the script and present a recent case to Dr. Abrams and Dr. Kevin Grudzinski. They reason through multi-system findings and look for a unifying connection. Although they do get close, Megan and Nick ultimately stumped Kevin and Dr. Abrams. This one definitely requires a deep dive into your knowledge bank.After listening, please get in contact with us if you were thinking along the right track.We encourage you to briefly pause after each aliquot and test your reasoning in real time!Follow us on Twitter:A&ORich AbramsA fantastic resource, by learners, for learners in Internal Medicine, Family Medicine, Pediatrics, Primary Care, Emergency Medicine, and Hospital Medicine.
June 16, 2022 ~ In this edition of "Michigan Answers" Paul talks to the Associate Professor of Internal Medicine, Pulmonary and Critical Care Division at Michigan Medicine about military burn pits and how they can affect veterans.
The Amount Of D3 Everyone Should Take Everyday Without Creating Toxicity - Milton Mills, MD - Interview Milton Mills, M.D • https://www.preventionofdisease.org/milton-mills Milton Mills, MD practices urgent care medicine in the Washington DC area, and has served previously as Associate Director of Preventive Medicine and as a member of the National Advisory Board, for Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM). He has been a major contributor to position papers presented by PCRM to the United States Department of Agriculture regarding Dietary Guidelines for Americans, and has been the lead plaintiff in PCRM's class action lawsuit that asks for warning labels on milk. Dr. Mills earned his medical degree at Stanford University School of Medicine, and completed an Internal Medicine residency at Georgetown University Hospital. He has published several research journal articles dealing with racial bias in federal nutrition policy. He frequently donates his time via practicing at free medical clinics, and travels widely, speaking at hospitals, churches and community centers throughout the country. He was featured in the recent attention-getting film “What the Health,” and will also appear in the upcoming film “The Silent Vegan.” #MiltonMills #TheRealTruthAboutHealth #WholeFood #Vegan #Vegetarian #PlantBasedNutrition CLICK HERE - To Checkout Our MEMBERSHIP CLUB: http://www.realtruthtalks.com • Social Media ChannelsFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/TRTAHConferenceInstagram : https://www.instagram.com/therealtruthabouthealth/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/RTAHealth Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-real-truth-about-health-conference/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealTruthAboutHealth • Check out our Podcasts Visit us on Apple Podcast and Itunes search: The Real Truth About Health Free 17 Day Live Online Conference Podcast Amazon: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/23a037be-99dd-4099-b9e0-1cad50774b5a/real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcastSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0RZbS2BafJIEzHYyThm83J Google:https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zaW1wbGVjYXN0LmNvbS8yM0ZqRWNTMg%3D%3DStitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcastAudacy: https://go.audacy.com/partner-podcast-listen-real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcastiHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-real-truth-about-health-li-85932821/ Deezer: https://www.deezer.com/us/show/2867272 Reason: https://reason.fm/podcast/real-truth-about-health-live-online-conference-podcast • Other Video ChannelsYoutube:https://www.youtube.com/c/TheRealTruthAboutHealthVimeo:https://vimeo.com/channels/1733189Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/c-1111513 Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/TRTAHConference/videos/?ref=page_internal DailyMotion: https://www.dailymotion.com/TheRealTruthAboutHealth BitChute:https://www.bitchute.com/channel/JQryXTPDOMih/ Disclaimer:Medical and Health information changes constantly. Therefore, the information provided in this podcast should not be considered current, complete, or exhaustive. Reliance on any information provided in this podcast is solely at your own risk. The Real Truth About Health does not recommend or endorse any specific tests, products, procedures, or opinions referenced in the following podcasts, nor does it exercise any authority or editorial control over that material. The Real Truth About Health provides a forum for discussion of public health issues. The views and opinions of our panelists do not necessarily reflect those of The Real Truth About Health and are provided by those panelists in their individual capacities. The Real Truth About Health has not reviewed or evaluated those statements or claims.
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In this podcast, members of the Cancer.Net Editorial Board discuss new research in molecular testing, also known as biomarker testing or tumor marker testing, to help guide treatment for people with early-stage non-small cell lung cancer. This podcast is led by Dr. Ryan Gentzler, Dr. Xiuning Le, Dr. Brendan Stiles, and Dr. Vamsidhar Velcheti. Dr. Gentzler is the director of the Thoracic Oncology Clinical Research Program at the University of Virginia (UVA) and chairs the UVA Cancer Center's Lung Cancer Translational Research Team. Dr. Le is an assistant professor in the Department of Thoracic/Head and Neck Medical Oncology in the Division of Internal Medicine at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. Dr. Stiles is chief of thoracic surgery and surgical oncology at Montefiore and Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Dr. Velcheti is the director of thoracic medical oncology at New York University Langone's Perlmutter Cancer Center. View disclosures for Dr. Gentzler, Dr. Le, Dr. Stiles, and Dr. Velcheti on Cancer.Net. Dr. Gentzler: Thank you, everyone, for joining us. We've got a great group here today, and we're really going to focus on talking about molecular testing in lung cancer. This is a very hot topic. My name is Ryan Gentzler from the University of Virginia. I'm a thoracic medical oncologist. We have Drs. Le, Stiles, and Velcheti with us today. I'd like them to go ahead and introduce themselves, starting with Dr. Le. Dr. Le: My name is Xiuning Le. I'm an assistant professor. I'm at the MD Anderson Cancer Center here in Houston, Texas. I'm also a medical oncologist. Thank you, Ryan, for inviting us today. Dr. Stiles: Hey, everybody. I'm Brendan Stiles. I'm a thoracic surgeon. I'm chief of thoracic surgery at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in Montefiore Health System here in the Bronx in New York. Dr. Gentzler: All right, thanks for joining us. And Dr. Velcheti. Dr. Velcheti: Thank you, Ryan. I'm Vamsidhar Velcheti. I'm the director of the thoracic oncology program at NYU. Dr. Gentzler: All right, great. We hear a lot of terms thrown around about molecular testing, genomic testing, biomarkers, oncogenic drivers, and I thought it would be good to just define what exactly is molecular testing, so all of our listeners are aware of what we're talking about. Dr. Le, do you want to take this question? Dr. Le: Yeah. So we have many terms, as you described. In my eyes, there are 2 sets of testing, and then some of them also classify into actionable versus not actionable. So for clinical use, we usually ask the tumor to be tested for both the mutations as well as the immune marker. Usually, the panel of mutational testing is more than a field. Usually, it's depending on the platform we're using, oftentimes in the hundreds of things. And then the immune markers, usually, we refer to PD-L1 and the tumor mutational burden. Those are the 2 commonly used markers now in the clinic. Some of those markers, especially the hundreds in gene testing, not all of them can lead to a clinical decision because we're still in the phase of understanding the interactions of different genes. However, there is a subgroup of those mutations. Nowadays, we have targeted therapy for, we call those actionable mutations. So in the clinic, we push for testing for a panel of mutations as well as immune markers, hoping to look at the tumor comprehensively so that we can recommend a good treatment regimen precise to that particular tumor, precise to that particular patient. Dr. Gentzler: Yeah. Wonderful. This has also been termed precision medicine, where we really match a therapy to a specific genomic abnormality identified on these tests and maybe, Dr. Velcheti, if you could maybe elaborate on some of the different ways that these tests are performed and how we're using these in clinic today? Dr. Velcheti: Yeah, definitely. I think our understanding of the biology of lung cancer has evolved quite dramatically over the past several years and obviously it's led to a lot of advancements in terms of treatment opportunities for patients. Broadly, the way I look at biomarkers in lung cancer or, for that matter, any cancer, it's like you have biomarkers that actually kind of give us very deep insights into the biology of the cancer and giving us insights into how aggressive somebody's cancer is. Those are called prognostic biomarkers, kind of predicting outcome. And there are predictive biomarkers where there are certain biomarkers. If you do have some of these biomarkers in the tumor, then you could potentially use certain treatments that might work better for patients who have those biomarkers. So now we have a lot of different approaches in terms of how we kind of test for these biomarkers. Especially in lung cancer, now we have a lot of new therapeutics for certain genomically categorized types of lung cancer. And the challenge now is that we have so many different mutations we absolutely need that information to decide on treatment. So how do we test that? Until a few years ago, we've been doing a single gene testing. The problem with those approaches is that we have so many different genes we need to test and we kind of do sequential gene testing, a single gene testing, we won't get all the information we need to make the right decision for our patients. So the standard approach in most oncology practices, especially larger cancer centers and academic medical centers, is do comprehensive genomic profiling, and that's being widely accepted as a standard approach right now. Dr. Gentzler: Wonderful. And this has really been something that has fallen on the laps of thoracic medical oncologists as we've treated patients with advanced stage or stage 4 disease. And this is starting to become more and more important and relevant for surgeons. And Dr. Stiles, I just wanted to bring you into the conversation and see if this is something that, prior to some of the more recent data, which we'll discuss in a minute, is this something that as a surgeon, you've kept up with and think it's important in a surgical practice? Dr. Stiles: Yeah, definitely, Ryan. And I think now is probably the most exciting time for that, right? We used to just be sort of in the prognostic side, like Vamsi said, but now we really are in the predictive side in the early-stage disease. And I think that's why everybody is so excited. But that's why there's now this pressure about the timing of biomarker testing. What do you get? Do you get a whole panel? As we'll talk about some of the trials that have made their way into earlier stage disease, but it becomes inherent upon surgeons to really think about this and understand this, from the first time that they meet the patient I think, as we increasingly get better therapies in earlier stage disease. Dr. Gentzler: So as this has moved into earlier stage disease, a lot of this has been driven by some new data from clinical trials, and Dr. Velcheti, I thought maybe you could comment on the IMpower010 trial and its relevance and why molecular testing is important in the context of that trial. Dr. Velcheti: Yes, absolutely. I think the IMpower010 Trial is certainly a new shift in our approach to treating stage I, II curable non-small cell lung cancers. So we haven't had an approval in the adjuvant setting in a while. I mean, of course, we had approval with the osimertinib result of the ADAURA trial, but that's only for EGFR patients. Now we have approval for using immunotherapy in the postoperative adjuvant setting for patients with any level of PD-L1 expression. So this is a large randomized study looking at the role of adjuvant atezolizumab, which is a PD-L1 inhibitor in patients who have PD-L1 expression greater than 1%. Patients were randomized getting platinum doublet alone, which is a standard-of-care adjuvant assistant therapy for patients at stage I, II lung cancer. It is atezolizumab at a dose of 1,200 milligrams given every 3 weeks. Patients who received atezolizumab had significantly improved outcomes in disease-free survival. And the benefit was actually really striking for patients who had high PD-L1, patients with PD-L1 testing TPS score of greater than 50%. They had a really remarkable increase in terms of disease-free survival for those patients. So this is certainly very encouraging. And of course, we know it's now approved. We are still awaiting some overall survival results to mature. But given the extent of the benefits we're seeing with the disease-free survival, I think it's a very promising approach. Dr. Gentzler: Yeah, so obviously, immune therapy has had a tremendous benefit in the adjuvant setting from this trial and still some longer-term follow-up that's needed. But I think the important point here is that molecular testing may identify certain mutations that may make patients less likely to benefit or respond, or perhaps there's more appropriate treatments than immunotherapy within this group. And that brings us to the next trial that I think really shifted this discussion stage with the ADAURA trial. Maybe Dr. Le, if you could summarize this trial and give us your thoughts on why molecular testing is so important in the era of ADAURA. Dr. Le: Yeah. So ADAURA trial is also an adjuvant trial, meaning that the patient received additional treatment after the completion of surgery. So ADAURA trial looked at patients who have EGFR mutations. So it's a different biomarker. It's a gene biomarker, not the immune biomarker. So this is a large international trial, enrolled almost 700 patients and then randomized the patients after surgery, after standard chemo, the patient can go on to either receive 3 years of osimertinib, which is the standard-of-care therapy for EGFR mutant patients for metastatic setting, or the control group if the patient just received standard of care, which is to continue the monitoring. The trial actually showed that for people who had osimertinib before that prolonged time of 3 years, the risk of the disease coming back is almost 5 times lower than the patient who did not receive therapy. So based on that really striking benefit of after surgery, after chemotherapy, continue osimertinib in EGFR patients, FDA approved after the surgical resection and all the standard care patient can go on for osimertinib for a prolonged time, which we think currently the data is saying the disease is more likely not to come back. And hopefully, in the future, that result will translate into overall survival benefit. Dr. Gentzler: Okay, wonderful. And I think both of these trials, both the ADAURA and the IMpower010, are adjuvant trials. So these are trials that allow us adequate time to do molecular testing on a large surgical specimen, formulate our plans, and implement those plans up to a month or longer after surgery. Obviously, there's some new data that we've seen in a press release from the CheckMate 816 trial. This is a neoadjuvant trial of chemotherapy plus nivolumab. We've seen previous data from this trial showing some results, but this moves the conversation into the neoadjuvant space, and Dr. Stiles, I wonder if you could give us a summary of your thoughts on the CheckMate 816 and the relevance for molecular testing in that context of neoadjuvant therapy. Dr. Stiles: Yeah. Thanks, Ryan. I think, first of all, those are incredibly important adjuvant trials. I saw 2 patients each this week on adjuvant osimertinib and adjuvant atezo [atezolizumab], so it's real-life practice. Every day, it's going to benefit patients. But I think that's easy, like you said, these are big specimens that are taken out. You've got time to decide while the patient gets better. Now, we have to shift all this even earlier because CheckMate 816 really has some pretty impressive results. We, unfortunately, don't have the paper yet. I'm told it's going to be coming out soon, but the primary endpoint pathologic complete response 24% versus 2.2%. That's with chemo-nivo versus chemo alone. Obviously, people are questioning, does pathologic complete response correlate with outcomes? Certainly, we got a signal on a press release that the event-free survival is going to be the hazard ratio is 0.63, so it sounds like it does, and I think we'll see more data on that in the next couple of months. A difference in median event-free survival of 32 months versus 21 months in the report. So everybody is excited to see this. And I think it has some advantages over the adjuvant strategy. First of all, more patients are able to tolerate it. It's just 3 cycles, and so it's not given indeterminately for a year. And it worked across different subgroups. And we can talk about some of the nuances, but as where atezo [atezolizumab] was only looking good in the PD-L1-high. This sort of worked across different groups. The caveat to that is we don't really know what happens with these EGFR patients who are eligible and sort of, how do we then move that test? And all of a sudden, we've got to make a decision on neoadjuvant therapy. Now we need to know. It helps to know the PD-L1 maybe preoperatively, with the high PD-L1, maybe you could wait until adjuvant therapy, with the low to sort of medium PD-L1, maybe you want to give them their shot in the neoadjuvant space. But if they have an EGFR mutation, it's probably not the right thing. We don't really know the data on that and CheckMate 816 yet, but certainly, I'd be sort of hesitant to give them neoadjuvant chemoimmunotherapy. So then you have to teach surgeons all this too, and teach them to think about this and teach them to hold their horses on taking patients to the operating room while they wait for molecular testing. But that probably means we need to speed up the process somewhat either with sort of more rapid turnaround test, with consideration of liquid tests in some instances. It's just an incredibly fast-changing place that here we are speaking about a trial that hasn't even been published yet, so that tells you how fast things are happening. Dr. Gentzler: One last question. How can the results of these tests guide therapy after surgery? Do we incorporate a full NGS [next-generation sequencing] panel at the time of surgery? And we don't have data on adjuvant therapy for ALK or ROS1, or RET. Do we factor that into how we think about adjuvant chemotherapy, adjuvant immunotherapy, do we employ targeted therapies for some of these mutations? Any thoughts on that? Dr. Le: Ryan, I think you bring an important point in that EGFR is 1 of the 8 actionable mutations we have nowadays based on FDA and NCCN. The tumor biology between EGFR and ALK-fusion oncogenesis and potential response and benefits probably share some similarities. So we look forward to seeing trials reporting out the adjuvant setting with ALK inhibitors with ROS1. And the smaller target might require a multi-institutional or co-op group effort to really achieve the sample size for us to see. But as of now, we don't have the approval. We try to enroll patients to the oncogene trials, but I think currently we're practicing based on EGFR and PD-L1. Dr. Stiles: Yes, and I agree. I'm excited to see what comes out of some of those trials. They're slow to grow, but we'll eventually get some readouts. I think an interesting question sometimes is PD-L1. And we had an example recently where in the pre-op biopsy, the patient had a low PD-L1, and so not particularly enthusiastic. And the question sometimes arises, do you test that whole tumor to consider them as kind of an adjuvant to atezo [atezolizumab]and then the fully resected tumor, the PD-L1 was greater than 50%. And so I would sort of sound a caution that the small biopsy sample, they're incredibly helpful for many things, incredibly helpful for moleculars. It may not always be totally representative of the PD-L1 staining. Dr. Gentzler: And I think that's a good point. Even for molecular testing, sometimes if you have smaller biopsies, you may get a result that's negative, but it could be low levels of DNA and not sufficient to complete the full panel with high quality. So you really have to pay attention to the report and make sure that there's some confidence in the amount of DNA in some of these results. Well, I think that's all the time we have here, so I appreciate everyone's participation, and hopefully we're able to learn a little bit about genomic testing today. 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