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Living With Cystic Fibrosis
All things Lung Transplant with Jen Weber

Living With Cystic Fibrosis

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 28:57


Attorney Jen Weber is 49 years old and waiting to have her third lung transplant. Weber lived in Indiana until this third transplant, when she had to move to Durham, North Carolina to be near her transplant hospital: Duke University Health.  Weber also started a non-profit five years ago that meets inpatient and outpatient needs ( for example: pajama pants, slippers, cell phone chargers).  Weber worked for the Indiana Supreme Court for 16 years (in personal and operations) while going through her first transplant.   Weber is trying to help us understand the emotional and financial toll a transplant can take on a person, and their family.  As she waits for her third transplant Weber is in need of a living kidney donor.  Anyone interested in getting tested can call: 919.613.777.Something we did not talk about in the podcast is her love of music! Weber is a cellist! She still plays with the Carmel Symphony.Duke kidney donation application:https://redcap.duke.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=9EHPAAPMFMDonate to C.O.T.A for Jen's transplant expenses: https://cota.org/campaigns/COTAforJenWarriorComfort Finders Foundation: https://comfort-finders.orgFor more information on The Bonnell Foundation find us at:  https://thebonnellfoundation.org/Our new CF Familia page: https://thebonnellfoundation.org/familia/en-home/Thanks to our sponsors:Vertex: https://www.vrtx.comGenentech: https://www.gene.com/Viatris:  https://www.viatris.com/enThe original music in this podcast is performed by Kevin Allan, who happens to have Cystic Fibrosis.  You can find him on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/KevinAllanMusicThis podcast was produced by JAG in Detroit Podcasts: https://jagindetroit.com/

SPEAK YO MIND
The Transplant: Interview W/Doubs C

SPEAK YO MIND

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 21:34


MZHIPHOP talks with artist and Farmer DOUBS C about his single ‘The Transplant' and the story behind the music of his rare condition Fanconi anemia. Plus we discuss his farm ‘It Takes A Village'. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mzhiphop/message

HistoryPod
3rd December 1967: The first human-to-human heart transplant is performed

HistoryPod

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022


South African surgeon Christiaan Barnard performed the world's first human-to-human heart ...

Morning Medical Update
How Liver Donor Allocation Changes Have Impacted One Man Waiting For a Transplant

Morning Medical Update

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 33:20


Meet a patient who has experienced setback after setback in his quest to find a liver donor. Doctors will explain how his story is directly related to changes in liver allocation.

Razib Khan's Unsupervised Learning
Garett Jones: The Culture Transplant - How Migrants Make the Economies They Move To a Lot Like the Ones They Left

Razib Khan's Unsupervised Learning

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 60:04


On this episode of Unsupervised Learning Razib discusses the new book, The Culture Transplant: How Migrants Make the Economies They Move To a Lot Like the Ones They Left, with author Garett Jones. Jones is a professor of economics at George Mason University, and The Culture Transplant is the third book in what he likes of think of as his “Singapore trilogy,” beginning with Hive Mind: How Your Nation's IQ Matters So Much More Than Your Own, and then moving to 10% Less Democracy: Why You Should Trust Elites a Little More and the Masses a Little Less. Jones explains how cultural assimilation and acculturation is actually not nearly as powerful as we might think and that ancestral folkways and norms persist for centuries, transforming nations like the US and Argentina over time as migration streams alter their demographic makeup. He argues that this is important because some nations are highly productive and innovative, and their cultural frameworks are necessary to foster their economic role in the global system. The Culture Transplant takes a contrarian position, going against the stance of mainstream economics, whereby every individual is an interchangeable “homo economicus.” https://razib.substack.com This is where you will find all the podcasts from Razib Khan's Substack, https://razib.substack.com, and original video content.

Epic Gardening: Daily Growing Tips and Advice
Growing Giant Pumpkins Seed & Transplant

Epic Gardening: Daily Growing Tips and Advice

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 13:55


Giant pumpkins are the plant that kicked off the entire giant veggie crazy, and Ryan's grown a few over 1,000lb. Today he shares the first installment of growing massive pumpkins. Connect With Ryan Cook: Ryan Cook is a giant vegetable grower from Summers County, West Virginia and set a world record for the most varieties of giant fruits and vegetables grown in a single season, along with a butternut squash world record. Heavenly Hills Homestead Shop the Store As an exclusive for listeners, use code EPICPODCAST for 5% off your entire first order on our store, featuring our flagship Birdies Raised Beds. These are the original metal raised beds, lasting up to 5-10x longer than wooden beds, are ethically made in Australia, and have a customizable modular design.   Shop now and get 5% off your first order. Get Our Books Looking for a beginner's guide to growing food in small spaces? Kevin's book, Field Guide to Urban Gardening, explains the core, essential information that you'll need to grow plants, no matter where you live! He also wrote Grow Bag Gardening to provide you with specialized knowledge that can bring you success when growing in fabric pots. Order signed copies of Kevin's books, plus more of his favorite titles in our store. More Resources Looking for more information? Follow us: Our Blog YouTube (Including our Epic Homesteading and Jacques in the Garden channels) Instagram (Including Epic Homesteading, Jacques, and Chris) TikTok Facebook Facebook Group Discord Server

Fearless Health Podcast
What Are Fecal Microbiota Transplants And How Can They Help Your Gut Health? - with Dr. Shaina Cahill | Ep. 58

Fearless Health Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 24:25


Today on the Gut Health Reset Podcast, we are discussing the emerging field of Fecal Microbiota Transplants with Dr. Shaina Cahill! The gut microbiome is a hot topic in the world of health and wellness, and for good reason: gut health has been linked to everything from weight loss to improved mood and cognitive function. So it's no surprise that researchers are looking for ways to optimize gut health. One promising area of research is fecal microbiota transplants (FMTs).FMTs involve transferring healthy gut bacteria from one individual to another. Stool from a healthy donor is transplanted into the gut of someone with an unhealthy gut microbiome. The donor stool contains a diversity of healthy gut bacteria that can help to restore balance in the recipient's gut. FMTs have been shown to be effective in treating conditions like Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, and irritable bowel syndrome.While more research is needed to fully understand the potential of FMTs, there is promise that this therapy could one day be used to treat a variety of gut-related conditions.We will answer these questions:- What is a Fecal Microbiota Transplant (FMT) and why would you want one?- How can FMT transform your gut health?- How are FMT donors vetted and screened?- Where can someone go for more information on FMTs?- And more!-Recommended Supplements: Binding Fiber Support - https://drannmariebarter.com/product/binding-fiber-support-capsules/ Wired But Tired - https://drannmariebarter.com/product/wired-but-tired/ -About Dr. Shaina:Shaina is a neuroscientist with an interest in alternative medicines that utilize the body's innate systems and a passion for medical education and scientific communication. She received her doctoral degree in Neuroscience from the University of British Columbia and has been working in the field of medical affairs in non-traditional medicines for the last three years since leaving academia. She is currently the Director of Medical Communications and Affairs at Novel Biome, which provides high-quality medically supervised Faecal Microbiota Transplants (FMT) for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Part of her role is to help spread educational and scientific information about the microbiome and FMT that is accessible, accurate and digestible.Website: https://novelbiome.com/ -Subscribe for more gut health content and share this podcast with a friend! Take a screenshot of this episode and tag Dr. Ann-Marie Barter:http://instagram.com/drannmariebarter-Dr. Ann-Marie Barter is a Functional Medicine and Chiropractic Doctor at Alternative Family Medicine & Chiropractic. She is the clinic founder of Alternative Family Medicine & Chiropractic that has two offices: one in Longmont and one in Denver. They treat an array of health conditions overlooked or under-treated by conventional medicine, called the "grey zone". https://altfammed.com/https://drannmariebarter.com/As always, this podcast is not designed to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any condition and is for information purposes only. Please consult with your healthcare professional before making any changes to your current lifestyle.

Bloodworks 101
"HLA: Transplants & The Science of Uniqueness" (S4 E7)

Bloodworks 101

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 16:29


It can sometimes be a challenge to find two people with the same blood type. It's even harder to find two people with the same HLA type, but this is critical when evaluating organ transplants. Learn how Bloodworks' labs ensure that each lifesaving transplant is a good match. 

KidneyTalk - An Online Radio Show By Renal Support Network

For everyone, food is the number one topic! What to eat? The renal diet is complicated, and it changes throughout the different stages of kidney disease. A renal dietitian can make a big difference to people who are either struggling with, or are new to a renal diet. Anne Moselle, MS, RD, CHWC, shares how she helps people get excited about the foods that can help them have good outcomes and maintain good health. Listen in to hear renal-recipe-adjustment tips for go-to dishes for people on dialysis. You will get hungry, and might even find yourself thinking about becoming a renal dietitian!

The Ross Kaminsky Show
11-29-22 *INTERVIEW* Dr. David Weill MD New Book 'Exhale: Hope, Healing, and a Life in Transplant'

The Ross Kaminsky Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 11:48


The Ross Kaminsky Show
11-29-22 - *FULL SHOW* Andy McCarthy; A Transplant Surgeon Exhales

The Ross Kaminsky Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 107:52


Waterbrook Sermons
Fireside Chat: A Testimony of God's Goodness

Waterbrook Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 38:18


Pastor-in-Residence Josh Bramer hosts a Fireside Chat with Teaching Pastor Stephen Bramer and special guest Greg Hatteberg. Stephen and Greg share their testimony of God's goodness in their kidney transplant story. Originally presented at Waterbrook Bible Fellowship on Sunday, November 27, 2022.

Mayo Clinic Employee Experiences
On the generous gift of life

Mayo Clinic Employee Experiences

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 11:44


In this episode, you will hear Heather Bird, a nurse transplant coordinator, share her journey needing a liver transplant due to a rare blood disorder and Mollie Luhman, a clinical research coordinator, share her perspective of being a kidney donor. 

I'm Aware That I'm Rare: the phaware® podcast
Episode 394 - Annie Whitaker

I'm Aware That I'm Rare: the phaware® podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 26:06


In this episode, PHA Australia CEO, Annie Whitaker, gives a raw account of her connection to pulmonary Hypertension as carer to her son Tim, who lost the PH War in 2006. Annie discusses how one promise to her son has helped her work through grief. Learn more about pulmonary hypertension trials at www.phaware.global/clinicaltrials. Follow us on social @phaware Engage for a cure: www.phaware.global/donate #phaware Share your story: info@phaware.com

Doctor NOS
73 | Dr. Lupe Taumoepeau on legacy, mentorship, transplant & vascular surgery

Doctor NOS

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 53:26


Dr. Lupe Taumoepeau is a Vascular and Transplant surgeon at Wellington Hospital and Clinical Senior Lecturer at the University of Otago. She is the first New Zealand female vascular surgeon and only Pacific Island vascular surgeon in Australasia. She received her fellowship from the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in 2014 after completing training throughout New Zealand and Queensland, Australia. Lupe is actively involved in mentoring Pacific Island students and female junior doctors considering a career in surgery, and has a strong interest in prevocational medical education. Outside of medicine, Lupe enjoys cheering for her son on the side of the soccer field and basketball court, exploring the outdoors with her family and dog and is looking forward to getting back to Tonga once the borders have re-opened.In this episode, we discuss her journey from her roots in Tonga to transplant and vascular surgery in Wellington. We delve into the importance of mentorship in her life, the legacy she carries from her grandfather, and the cultural values she carries with her in her practice. Finally, we discuss her work in vascular and transplant surgery, and what it feels like to be the first, and only, Pacific Island vascular surgeon. Support the showAs always, if you have any feedback or queries, or if you would like to get in touch with the speaker, feel free to get in touch at doctornos@pm.me. Audio credit:Bliss by Luke Bergs https://soundcloud.com/bergscloudCreative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported — CC BY-SA 3.0Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/33DJFs9Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/e9aXhBQDT9Y

Both Sides of the Stethoscope
Part 2 Giving Back to the Transplant Community, Interview with Denise Redeker, Heart Transplant Recipient and Founder of the Heartfelt Help Foundation

Both Sides of the Stethoscope

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 27:48


In this episode Alin and Colby interview Denise Redeker. She is a heart transplant recipient and founder of the Heartfelt Help Foundation. Tune in to hear Denise's unique story and how she is giving back to the transplant community through housing!

Einstein A Go-Go
Poo Transplants, Nutrition in Space, and Artemis I Rocket

Einstein A Go-Go

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 52:21


Dr Felice Jacka OAM, Professor of Nutritional Psychiatry, and Director of the Food & Mood Centre at Deakin University, and founder and president of the International Society for Nutritional Psychiatry Research, explains the history of developing a "whole system" approach to psychiatry - especially the link of nutrition and food to brain health. Felice and the team explore poo transplants as a new treatment for people with depression, and also her experiences at NASA advising on nutrition in space and how to preserve gut diversity and keeping astronauts healthy on a long voyage to Mars. In science news, Dr Lauren chats about the lifespan of bees, and Dr Gemma Sharp talks about how breathing impacts how we think. And Dr Shane brings his enthusiasm for rocket launches in discussing NASA's recent attempts to launch the Artemis I rocket. With presenters Dr. Shane and Dr. Lauren.Program page: Einstein-A-Go-Go Facebook page: Einstein-A-Go-Go Twitter: Einstein-A-Go-Go

Discovering and Living the Best Version...of YOU!
Claiming YOUR Divine Heart Transplant...You Rebel You! Featuring Mind Hacker, Coach, Author and Hypnotherapist Karin Tyden

Discovering and Living the Best Version...of YOU!

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 50:38


Brief Episode Summary:It didn't take very long at all as I feverishly dove into our guest's book, “Mind Hacking for Rebels,” to discover something that means a great deal to me…I'm an authentic unapologetic Rebel! You dear listener may end up making the same claim! This I promise you…wherever you are on your life-journey, if you will carefully read and diligently apply this book to your life, it will not be long before you experience exciting positive change on a myriad of levels! I am!  #rebels #insights #neurons #mirrorneurons #hacker #self-esteem #self-confidence #brain #creativity #anxiety #nervousness #angst #insecurity #helplessness #powerlessness #overwhelmed #failure #unknown #perform #abandoned #purpose #emotionalcramping #emotions #feelings #divinehearttransplant #hearts #intelligence Key Topics:One of our most basic survival strategies is to become when we're growing up, as similar as possible to our caretakers, for example our parents. Mirror neurons allow us to do that. What are the implications of this? What do you want the listeners to this podcast episode understand about hacking? It's not all bad!Good self-esteem and self-confidence are not something you either have or don't. How are they built?Fear shrinks our brain capacity at great cost! What are some solutions one can employ to gain a victory over fear?How do emotions and feelings play out in the human experience?You say that we need to slow down to speed up. Why are we so reluctant to slow down and how do we make progress?How does one begin getting in touch with the intelligence of their heart? The benefits are out of this world...literally!Resources: Email link to episode...https://www.buzzsprout.com/859273/11716614Connect with Karin on her website at https://www.karintyden.se/en-GBConnect with Karin on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/yourmindnavigatorConnect with Karin on Instagram  https://www.instagram.com/karintyden/Connect with Karin on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/karintyden/Get your own copy of Karin's life-changing book, "Mind Hacking Rebels" at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and other fine book sellers.     Alan's link to register to receive new podcasts and other updates: http://eepurl.com/g1DSf9   Link to tell us what podcast themes you'd like to  see us cover: https://form.jotform.com/210597899275071  Sheri Sperry's website to connect with her, https://sellsedona.com/sedona-lifestyleCall to Action If you enjoyed this week's podcast episode, I would greatly appreciate it if you would rate and review it where you listen to your podcasts. Thank you!    Sheri Sperry is YOUR SOLUTIONS  REALTOR!A Realtor in Link to podcast website and all the podcast episodes https://discoveringandlivingthebestversionofyou.buzzsprout.com Link with Alan's Facebook Business Page at facebook.com/interviewswithheart/ Link with Alan's Instagram page at https://www.instagram.com/alanfreedman26/ Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/biz/fund?id=NYYG9FE928BF6)

Jason Scott Talks His Way Out of It
The HOPE Transplant Episode

Jason Scott Talks His Way Out of It

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 13:24


The HOPE Transplant Episode: Going to HOPE 2022, A Sketch History of 2600 and HOPE, Hacker Cons, Podium Drink, Hotel Pennsylvania, St. John's, A Good Experience, My Only Hacker Con, The Foundation. Some thoughts on attending HOPE 2022 in St. John's University in Queens NY and how happy I am they're keeping the events going. There was a presentation I gave and I'll link to the talk when it comes up.

Blood Podcast
Transplant in adult Ph+ ALL, acalabrutinib and ventricular arrythmias, and antibody prevention of fetal/neonatal alloimmune thrombocytopenia

Blood Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 18:45


In this week's episode we discuss the role of allogeneic transplant in adult patients with Philadelphia chromosome-positive acute lymphoblastic leukemia. In a retrospective study, transplant provided no survival benefit in patients with rapid and deep responses to induction therapy that included BCR-ABL1 inhibitors. Up next, we discuss the evidence for an increased risk of ventricular arrythmias with use of acalabrutinib, which has emerged as a class effect of Bruton tyrosine kinase inhibitors. Lastly, we examine a novel, alloantigen-specific model to test the efficacy of a prophylactic treatment strategy for preventing fetal/neonatal alloimmune thrombocytopenia.

Cardiac Consult: A Cleveland Clinic Podcast for Healthcare Professionals
Lung Transplant as Therapy for Fibrosis and ARDS Related to COVID-19

Cardiac Consult: A Cleveland Clinic Podcast for Healthcare Professionals

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 29:59


In the U.S. from March 2020 to June 2021, 147 lung transplants took place for COVID fibrosis or COVID ARDS. In this podcast, Dr. Kenneth McCurry and Dr. Marie Budev, surgical director and medical director, respectively, of the Lung and Heart-Lung Transplant Program at Cleveland Clinic discuss COVID-19, ARDS, fibrosis and the potential role of lung transplantation to treat those patients with advanced disease.

Transplant ID Cast
Peter Chin-Hong; COVID-19, HPV and what it's like to be a dean at UCSF

Transplant ID Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 33:48


In this episode, I am joined by Peter Chin-Hong, Professor of Medicine at UCSF and leader of the Immunocompromised Host SEction for Infectious Disease. We are covering how he got started in infectious disease, insight into his publications, treatment options for Covid, and a look at HPV.

Heart to Heart with Anna
The Gift of Life - Twice!

Heart to Heart with Anna

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 32:16


How is it possible an organ donor might actually be responsible for two lives, even when giving a heart to a man? What was life like for Nick May years after his heart transplant? Did Nick May have a similar experience as his siblings growing up, considering he had a heart transplant as an infant? Susan May is mom to Nick, 33, who was born with hypoplastic left heart syndrome, transposition of the great arteries, coarctation of the aorta, and a septal defect.  He had three surgeries at 5 days, 3 1/2 months, and one year of age, prior to receiving a heart transplant just before his second birthday. Nick is one of the first children in the US to receive a heart transplant and is the 5th longest-living transplant recipient. Today, he is married with a daughter.Susan has written a book about her son's heart journey, with a revised edition released this year. Susan also writes professionally and has written 40 books in total, including a non-fiction book about a WWII flight surgeon and 33 medical romance novels. She has three other children and eight grandchildren. She likes to travel, read and sew. My Loyal Listeners will remember Susan from earlier in 2022 when she came on the program with an episode called, “Baby Heart Transplant Miracle.”Link to Susan's other show:Baby Heart Transplant Miracle: https://www.buzzsprout.com/62761/10139146Support the showAnna's Buzzsprout Affiliate LinkBaby Blue Sound CollectiveSocial Media Pages:Apple PodcastsFacebookInstagramMeWeTwitterYouTubeWebsite

Pre to Post Transplant
I had to tell my doctors that I needed a transplant with Tammy Stephens

Pre to Post Transplant

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 71:48


In this episode, Tammy shares her transplant journey of getting a double lung transplant.  She talks about her experiences of having pulmonary hypertension and explains how she had to be an advocate for herself in order to receive a transplant.

I'm Aware That I'm Rare: the phaware® podcast
Episode 392 - Katie Sample

I'm Aware That I'm Rare: the phaware® podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 15:36


In this episode, attorney Katie Sample discusses losing her husband to complications following a bone-marrow transplant. Two years later, while still in mourning, this single-mother from Long Beach, California was diagnosed with Ideopathic Pulmonary Hypertension.   Learn more about pulmonary hypertension trials at www.phaware.global/clinicaltrials. Follow us on social @phaware Engage for a cure: www.phaware.global/donate #phaware Share your story: info@phaware.com

Garden Dilemmas, Delights & Discoveries
Episode 82 - Gift of Pawpaw Trees

Garden Dilemmas, Delights & Discoveries

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 10:17 Transcription Available


In this episode, I share a treat of gathering an allotment of veggies at Genesis Farm in Blairstown, NJ, gifted by a client who's become a friend. And the gift of coming upon Pawpaw fruit, having planned to plant a Pawpaw Tree in memory of my lifelong friend Elsa. We chat about the attributes of Pawpaw trees and how to start them from seed. And end with my special request for a few helpers to preview portions of a book underway titled Lesson of the Leaf. If you'd like to help, please email me at AskMaryStone@gmail.com. Thanks so much!Link to Related Stories:Fall is not Goodbye - sharing the story of my friend Elsa.What's a Pawpaw Tree? Starting Pawpaw Trees from Seed Bulbs to Extend Spring Blooms  ***I'd love to hear about your garden and nature stories. And your thoughts about topics for future podcast episodes. You can email me at AskMaryStone@gmail.com. Thanks so much for tuning in :^)You can Follow Garden Dilemmas on Facebook and Instagram #MaryElaineStoneEpisode web page —Garden Dilemmas Podcast PageThank you for sharing the garden of life,Mary Stone, Columnist & Garden DesignerGarden Dilemmas? AskMaryStone.com  

Fertility and Sterility On Air
Fertility and Sterility On Air– TOC: November 2022

Fertility and Sterility On Air

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 53:16


Take a sneak peak at this month's Fertility & Sterility! Topics this month include longitudinal semen assesment and live birth (2:20), placenta previas in ART pregnancies (11:35), cost-effectiveness for cryopreservation based on SART data (19:12), systematic review of subsequent pregnancy outcomes in couples with parental abnormal chromosomal karyotypes & recurrent pregnancy loss (28:42), prevelance of endometrioma in deep infiltrative endometriosis (39:40) and perinatal outcomes of singleton and twin pregnancies using donor versus partner sperm (45:01). View Fertility and Sterility Volume 118 Issue 5 - https://www.fertstert.org/issue/S0015-0282(21)X0025-8 View Fertility and Sterility at https://www.fertstert.org/

The Denver Sports Podcast
A transplants guide to becoming a Denver sports fan

The Denver Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 57:32


DNVR's resident transplants Suzie Hunter and Brendan Vogt share their notes on how to assimilate into Denver culture (without making everyone mad at you). 1:26 Start - 0:00 Origin Stories - 3:10 Do's and Don't's - 6:00 Over/Under rated - 19:00 Mailbag - 38:40 In conclusion - 50:00 BUY TICKETS HERE: https://gametime.co/?utm_source=Impact&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_content=Gametime%20Homepage&utm_partner=ALLCITY%20NETWORK&irgwc=1 Visit https://dkng.co/DNVR to sign up for DraftKings Sportsbook using the code “DNVR” If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/LA/MI/NJ/TN/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/KS/NH), 888-789-7777/visit ccpg.org (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/KS/LA(select parishes)/MI/NH/NJ/ NY/OR/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. $200 in Free bets: New customers only. Min. $5 deposit. Min $5 pregame moneyline bet. $200 issued as eight (8) $25 free bets. Bet must win. Ends 1/8/23 @ 8pm. Risk-Free Stepped Up SGP: 1 Token issued per eligible game. Opt in req. Min $1 bet. Max bet limits apply. Min. 3-leg. Each leg min. -300 odds, total bet +100 odds or longer. Ends at start of final game of the 2022-2023 NBA Season. See eligibility & terms at sportsbook.draftkings.com/basketballterms. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The EMJ Podcast: Insights For Healthcare Professionals
Bonus Episode: Haematopoietic Stem Cell Transplant (HSCT) in Diffuse Cutaneous Systemic Sclerosis (dcSSc) and Potential Role of FCR001, an Investigational Allogeneic Cell Therapy

The EMJ Podcast: Insights For Healthcare Professionals

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 36:40


This podcast explores hematopoietic stem cell transplant in diffuse cutaneous systemic sclerosis (dcSSc) and the potential role of FCR001, an investigational allogeneic cell therapy. We are pleased to be joined by leading sclerosis expert Dinesh Khanna MD, MSc.  Dr. Khanna is the Sclerosis Program Director at University of Michigan, USA, Dr. Khanna discusses the symptoms, severity, and progressiveness of sclerosis, focusing on dcSSc. Dr. Khanna further explores the current treatment options, the unmet medical need, and the future of FCR001 and allogeneic stem cell transplants. This podcast is funded and developed by Talaris Therapeutics, Inc. Talaris Therapeutics is a late-clinical stage cell therapy company that is developing an investigational allogeneic stem cell therapy.

I'm Aware That I'm Rare: the phaware® podcast
Episode 391 - Evelyn Melendez

I'm Aware That I'm Rare: the phaware® podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 11:41


In this episode, former pulmonary hypertension patient, Evelyn Melendez discusses her recent lung transplant surgery and her road to recovery. Learn more about pulmonary hypertension trials at www.phaware.global/clinicaltrials. Follow us on social @phaware Engage for a cure: www.phaware.global/donate #phaware Share your story: info@phaware.com

City Cast Chicago
CTA Accountability, Midterm Prep, and Chi Transplant Advice

City Cast Chicago

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 23:34


It's the last weekend before midterm elections, so of course we've got big names making the rounds. President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris are in Illinois, following visits this week from former president and first lady Barack and Michelle Obama. But it's not just elections in the news: CTA president Dorval Carter said this week he will appear before the City Council after skipping a hearing in September. The City Cast Chicago podcast team talks about accountability at the transit agency, the latest on grocery mergers, and big changes for the Bears. Plus, host Jacoby Cochran, lead producer Carrie Shepherd, and producer Simone Alicea offer some advice for people new to Chicago. Follow us on Twitter: @CityCastChicago Sign up for our newsletter: chicago.citycast.fm Call or Text Us: (773) 780-0246 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

All Things Peoria
Welcome Home: 3 Peoria transplants reflect on their first year living in the River City

All Things Peoria

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 10:00


Making the jump to move to a new place can be intimidating, especially if moving from a different state or country. Three transplants to the Peoria region recently took the plunge and have reflected on their first year in the city. They all came from different places, backgrounds, and ultimately chose to settle in Peoria for varying reasons.

Morning Shift Podcast
Northwestern Surgeons Complete Groundbreaking ‘Heart In A Box' Transplant

Morning Shift Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 13:32


A patient at Northwestern Medicine's Bluhm Cardiovascular Institute is expected to go home this week after receiving the state's first heart donated after circulatory death. Reset learns more from the institute's Dr. Jane Wilcox about how this technology could help save countless lives.

J. Flowers Health Institute
073 Dr Joseph Galati - Your Health First: At the Leading Edge of Liver Transplant Medicine

J. Flowers Health Institute

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 36:06


Dr Joseph Galati is a liver disease expert, speaker, radio host, entrepreneur and author who is devoted to the care of patients with all facets of liver diseases, obesity, fatty liver and related disorders. Since 2003, Dr. Galati has been a familiar voice on Texas radio airwaves, producing and hosting Your Health First every Sunday evening on the program's flagship station, 740 KTRH in Houston. Today, Dr. Galati joins the show to share what inspired him to specialize on the liver, the incredible leading edge work he is doing in liver transplant medicine, and debunks the stigma behind diseases such as Hepatitis and Cirrhosis. Key Takeaways01:40 – Dr. Joseph Galati joins the show to share his passion for radio, the stigma of Hepatitis and Cirrhosis of the liver, and the work he does as a liver specialist 12:45 – What inspired Dr. Galati to become a physician 21:23 – From Brooklyn to Houston and operating in the leading edge of liver transplant medicine 24:37 – Dr. Galati talks about his book, Eating Yourself Sick 28:22 – Final words of wisdom from Dr. Galati 34:42 – Dr. Flowers thanks Dr. Galati for joining today's show and lets listeners know where they can learn more about Liver Specialists of Texas Tweetable Quotes“There is something very valuable in reflecting backwards, how things were. Things were good. Things were bad. There were lessons learned and to learn from our elders in a sense.” (05:33) (Dr. Galati) “First of all, a lot of people don't know where their liver is. I'll be examining them and I'll pull their gown up and I'll be palpating around and they'll ask, ‘What are you doing up there?' And so, that's a big point that people don't even know where their liver is and so if they have a pain in their side, they don't know that it could be their liver or their gallbladder. The liver is the largest organ, next to the skin, and the unique thing about that, first of all, is it is involved in over two hundred different biochemical reactions. It does a lot of stuff.” (06:41) (Dr. Galati) “Alcohol accounts for about forty-nine percent of all cirrhosis, which means fifty percent is due to obesity, and fatty liver, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, autoimmune disease, too much copper, too much iron in your blood. So, if you understand that Hepatitis is inflammation of the liver and Cirrhosis is scarring of the liver, you're not automatically deemed an alcoholic or bad person. It comes out of this stigma.” (09:58) (Dr. Galati) “We have, over the last ten years at Houston Methodist Hospital, become the number one liver transplant program - or number two depending on the month and different volumes - which is a Herculean effort to go from the lower third to the top, beating out household names like Cornell, Mount Saini, UCLA, Chicago, Miami.” (23:54) (Dr. Galati) “There is something that's been around since the earliest days of transplant called ‘The Six Month Rule,' which basically says if you have Alcohol Use Disorder - you are an alcoholic, you have cirrhosis - bad boy. You have to sit in time-out for six months until you go to recovery, abstinence, you get a sponsor, you work your way through a 12-Step Program, you have proof of abstinence. Then come back and talk to us and we'll talk about transplant.” (29:17) (Dr. Galati) Resources MentionedJFlowers Health Institute – https://jflowershealth.com/ (https://jflowershealth.com/) JFlowers Health Institute Contact – (713) 783-6655 Subscribe on your favorite player: https://understanding-the-human-condition.captivate.fm/listen (https://understanding-the-human-condition.captivate.fm/listen) Dr. Joseph Galati's LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/drjoegalati/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/drjoegalati/) Dr. Galati's Website – https://drjoegalati.com/ (https://drjoegalati.com/) Dr. Galati's Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/drjoegalati/ (https://www.facebook.com/drjoegalati/) Dr. Galati's Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/drjoegalati/...

Endocrine News Podcast
ENP61: Islet Cell Transplantation for Diabetes

Endocrine News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 19:20


In this episode, we talk about an exciting experimental treatment for patients with type 1 diabetes called islet cell transplantation. Host Aaron Lohr talks with David Baidal, MD, assistant professor of medicine at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. This episode is made possible through an unrestricted, educational grant from Vertex Pharmaceuticals. For more information, including helpful links and other episodes, visit our website at https://www.endocrine.org/podcast.

Health Check
Livers that live longer than we do

Health Check

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 26:27


Claudia Hammond discovers that some livers have the potential for extraordinary longevity and after a long life in a transplant donor, can survive for many more years in a transplant recipient. Livers over one hundred years old, called centurian livers by researchers, have been identified and many are still going strong. The new study has important implications for the future of liver transplants because donated organs from some older-age people were also found to last longer than those from young-age donors, a finding that Dr Christine Hwang, from the University of Texas in the USA and study co-author, tells Claudia upturns conventional thinking about the healthiest livers to transplant. The accuracy of forehead thermometers as well as pulse oximeters on darker skin is an issue that's received widespread attention, but what about the medical need to accurately measure skin pigmentation for psoriasis, eczema, skin cancers and other health conditions? Dr Ophelia Dadzie from the British Association of Dermatologists and the Hillingdon Hospital in London has been developing a scientific way to measure skin colour. Her method uses eumelanin, a skin pigment, and she's created a new scale to objectively assess peoples' skin colour. And BBC correspondent, Dr Smitha Mundasad, joins Claudia and reports on the growing Ebola outbreak in Uganda, the risks of herbal supplements on our livers and brings the latest evidence on the health benefits of the weighted blanket. Presenter: Claudia Hammond Producer: Fiona Hill (Picture: A doctor Transporting a Human Organ for Transplant. Photo credit: Photographereddie/Getty Images.)

JHLT: The Podcast
Episode 23: November 2022

JHLT: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 25:43


This month on JHLT The Podcast, JHLT Digital Media Editor Van-Khue Ton, MD, takes over hosting duties to present two unique papers from the November issue of The Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation. Listen now to hear study authors discuss their work, their studies, and next steps for their research. First, we welcome first author Megan M. Collins, MD, about her team's study from the University of Utah entitled “Attitudes & practices surrounding pregnancy post heart transplantation among pediatric providers.” Dr. Collins shares her journey from being an undergraduate economics major to her current career in pediatrics, including how strategy and game theory have helped her better understand her patients and thrive during her pediatric cardiology fellowship. The study itself is exceptionally important as more pediatric heart transplant recipients reach adulthood and become interested in family planning. The study consisted of confidential and voluntary web surveys of pediatric heart transplant doctors, exploring their behaviors and policies around pregnancy and family planning. Next, R. James White, MD, from the division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at the University of Rochester Medical Center, shares details on the study “Contemporary Risk Scores Predict Clinical Worsening in Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension – An Analysis of FREEDOM-EV.” Dr. White is the senior author on the study, and discusses how he became interested in risk scores for pulmonary arterial hypertension, including some of the exciting data that they reveal. Prior to this study, none of the event-driven trials in PAH had previously incorporated serial assessment of risk scores like hemodynamics, laboratory values, exercise tolerance, and symptoms at baseline. Using data from the FREEDOM-EV trial, the study retrospectively compared the discriminant power of 4 risk scores, REVEAL 2.0, REVEAL Lite 2, 4-strata COMPERA 2.0, and the non-invasive French risk assessment, in predicting patients' clinical worsening at baseline and at a 12-week follow up. You won't want to miss Dr. White's insights on this comparison! Follow along in the November issue at www.jhltonline.org/current, or, if you're an ISHLT member, log in at ishlt.org/journal-of-heart-lung-transplantation.  Don't already get the Journal and want to read along? Join the International Society of Heart and Lung Transplantation at www.ishlt.org for a free subscription, or subscribe today at www.jhltonline.org. This episode of JHLT: The Podcast, but not the studies within, is sponsored by Altavant Sciences.

The Plastic Surgery Revolution
So You Think You Know About Hair Transplants

The Plastic Surgery Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 10:42


Modern hair transplants have come a long way. Today, on The Plastic Surgery Revolution, Dr. Steven Davis talks about the advances in hair transplants, ideal donor areas, and what to expect during the process.

Mayo Clinic Q&A
Advances in bone marrow transplant and cellular therapy

Mayo Clinic Q&A

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 15:10


Mayo Clinic performed its first bone marrow transplant in 1963 and today hundreds of people receive blood and marrow transplants every year at Mayo Clinic in Arizona, Florida and Minnesota. Recently, Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota celebrated its 10,000th blood and marrow transplant.Bone marrow transplant is used to treat blood cancers and related disorders by infusing healthy blood-forming stem cells into your body to replace unhealthy bone marrow. A bone marrow transplant is also called a stem cell transplant. Bone marrow transplants may use cells from your own body, called autologous transplant, or from a donor, known as allogeneic transplant. Autologous stem cell transplants are typically used in people who are producing enough bone marrow but need to undergo high doses of chemotherapy and radiation to cure their disease. These treatments are likely to damage the bone marrow. Prior to treatment, healthy bone marrow cells are collected, frozen and stored for later use. After treatment, the stem cells are infused back into the patient to repopulate the bone marrow.Allogeneic bone marrow transplant is used when there is underlying bone marrow failure syndrome or for certain types of bone cancers and blood cancers. In those cases, donor bone marrow is needed to replace the diseased bone marrow.One common complication of allogenic transplant is developing graft versus host disease. This condition occurs when the donor stem cells see the body's tissues and organs as something foreign and attack them. Researchers have now discovered metabolic markers that can predict a person's risk for developing severe graft versus host disease, allowing for a more personalized treatment approach."Graft versus host disease occurs in patients that have had an allogeneic transplant from a donor," explains Dr. William Hogan, director of the Mayo Clinic Blood and Bone Marrow Transplant Program in Minnesota. "And this is where the donor immune system doesn't just recognize the leukemia that we're trying to treat — which is what we want — but it also attacks the patient's normal tissues. This can be anything from a relatively mild to a very devastating problem that can occur after transplant. And one of the challenges was that, by the time that has been fully developed, then it's harder to treat. So one of the goals of research in the last few years has been to develop markers that will tell us which patients are at risk of having the most severe graft versus host disease, and allowing us to target more effective treatment toward those patients."Other recent advances in blood and bone marrow transplant include the use of mismatched donors and the ability to use bone marrow transplant in older, more frail patients thanks to improvements in antibiotics, antifungal drugs and other medications.Another cellular therapy that is helping treat blood disorders and cancers is chimeric antigen receptor-T cell (CAR-T) therapy. CAR-T involves taking the T cells from a person and reengineering them to recognize and destroy cancer cells."CAR-T therapy is a very interesting therapy," says Dr. Hogan. "It's really come to fruition in the last five to 10 years. This is similar to bone marrow transplant, but not quite the same. It's a cellular-based therapy, so not a drug, but using cells that are modified in order to try and treat leukemias and other cancers. And basically, what it does is it takes our native immune system — and then the T cells specifically — and modifies them so that they are much more effective at recognizing targets that are on leukemia cells or other malignant cells. And that really kind of allows us to use the native immune system in a much more effective way of trying to kill leukemias." Dr. Hogan says CAR-T therapy also is being developed for noncancerous conditions, like aplastic anemia, and research is looking at CAR-T as a treatment for a particular form of inflammatory multiple sclerosis. "Things have really been transformed over the last five to 10 years with the advent of CAR-T therapy which has been groundbreaking," says Dr. Hogan. "The field of blood and bone marrow transplant continues to move forward, creating more effective treatments with less toxicity for many patients." On the Mayo Clinic Q&A podcast, Dr. Hogan discusses advances in bone marrow transplant and cellular therapy, including CAR-T.

I'm Aware That I'm Rare: the phaware® podcast
Episode 389 - Yolanda Villalon

I'm Aware That I'm Rare: the phaware® podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 12:14


In this episode, pulmonary hypertension patient and Stanford's Race Against PH 2022 Adult PH Courage Award recipient, Yolanda Villalon, discusses her devastating diagnosis and the impact on  finding the right support group. Don't miss the 22nd Annual Race Against PH at November 22 hosted by the Vera Moulton Wall Center for Pulmonary Vascular Disease at Stanford. Click here to learn more. #raceagainstph @phaatstanford Learn more about pulmonary hypertension trials at www.phaware.global/clinicaltrials. Follow us on social @phaware Engage for a cure: www.phaware.global/donate #phaware Share your story: info@phaware.com

KNPR's State of Nevada
Nevada Donor Network closer to opening statewide transplant institute

KNPR's State of Nevada

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 18:45


Since 2019, the Nevada Donor Network Foundation has been on a mission to bring a new transplant institute to Nevada. And due to a recent investment of American Rescue Plan Act funds, the nonprofit has gotten closer to bringing the institute to life. But why a new transplant institute? Especially since there is already a center for transplantation at University Medical Center. To answer that is Joe Ferreira, the CEO and president of the Nevada Donor Network.

Messages of Hope
Two NDEs, a Heart Transplant, and a Special Needs Child: Rob A. Gentile Talks About His Experience in the Ethereal

Messages of Hope

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 72:34 Very Popular


Rob A. Gentile died twice, came back, got a new heart, and a whole lot of wisdom. Listen in to hear first hand what it was like on the other side, what Rob calls "the Ethereal."  At the age of 56, Rob had a massive heart attack followed by a profound near-death experience. On his journey to heart transplant, he was close to death again and entered "the Ethereal" a second time. He saw and simultaneously became part of a gigantic interactive web of twinkling lights covering the Earth and stretching into infinity. While in the Ethereal, he understood that each light symbolized a life. He realized that if he hurt himself, he hurt everything connected to him, but if he loved, the light would spread. Rob also saw his daughter with special needs, perfect, whole and radiant. The most important message he received was of unity, oneness, and our real identity. He has come to know that the Divine is everywhere present.  In his wonderful book Quarks of Light, Rob shares his journey and provides a roadmap for overcoming adversity, staying in spirit, and connecting to the Universal language of love and light. Find out more about Rob on his website: RobAGentile.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

On Wax
Hair Transplant

On Wax

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 80:09


In this episode, LJ and JHen discuss car troubles, attempting to enter at closing time, falling off the wagon, a potential cure for baldness, men who collect used panties, semen retention, and more!

Transplant ID Cast
Bacteriophages and Saima Aslam interview

Transplant ID Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 31:58


In this episode, I am joined by Dr. Saima Aslam, Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Disease and director of the Transplant Infectious Disease Program at UC San Diego. She is sharing her journey to becoming a physician in San Diego, her many contributions to the field, and information about Phage and her work in this area.

StarTalk Radio
It's Alive?! Frankenstein & Consciousness with George Mashour and David Andrijevic

StarTalk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 56:00 Very Popular


Can we bring people back from the dead? Neil deGrasse Tyson and Chuck Nice discuss restoring dead cells, the nature of consciousness, Frankenstein's monster, zombies, and more with neuroscientist, David Andrijevic and consciousness expert, George Mashour. NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can listen to this entire episode commercial-free.Thanks to our Patrons Darrell McClendon, Baby Daddy, Chip Towner, Marylee Dewey, and Michael Brockman for supporting us this week.Photo Credit: Thennicke, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

The Deep Purple Podcast
Episode #184 - Alphonse Mouzon - Mind Transplant

The Deep Purple Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 124:24


The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #184 Alphonse Mouzon - Mind Transplant October 24, 2022 Subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Anchor.fm, Breaker, PodBean, RadioPublic, Amazon Music, or search in your favorite podcatcher! How To Support Our Show: Leave us a 5-Star Review on Apple Podcasts Buy Merch at Our Etsy Store! Become a Patron on Patreon Donate on Paypal (Donate one time or click “make this a monthly donation” box) Donate to $DPPOD Using Cash App Brendan Ashbrook - Logo Designer Thanks to Our Executive Level Patrons: Apple Podcasts Reviews: FrankTheilgaardMortensen From Denmark - 5 STARS! My favorite Podcast of all time! Deep Dive Podcast Network: Lead up to the Album: hh Core Band: Bass – Henry Davis Played with Johnny Mathis, Smokey Robinson, Albert King, Marvin Gaye Composed By – Elvena Mouzon Only a few credits on Discogs, all with Alphonse Mouzon Drums, Vocals, Synthesizer [ARP 2600], Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes], Piano, Organ [Farfisa] – Alphonse Mouzon Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes], Organ [Hammond B-3] – Jerry Peters Guitar – Lee Ritenour Guitar – Tommy Bolin Guitar, Programmed By [Arp 2600 Synthesizer Programming] – Jay Graydon Technical: Engineer – Gabby Garcia Worked with Neil Young and Van Morrison Engineer [Mastering] – George Horn Engineer [Remix], Engineer [Mastering] – Fred Catero Executive-Producer – George Butler Co-producer [Co-produced By], Arranged By, Conductor [Conducted By] – Alphonse Mouzon Producer – Skip Drinkwater Album Art & Booklet Review Art Direction – Bob Cato Art Direction – Lloyd Ziff Design – Ria Lewerke Photography – Doug Metzler Thanks to Our Core Level Patrons: Album Tracks: Recorded: December 4, 5, 6, 9 & 10 at Wally Heider Recording Studio "3", Hollywood California. Side One: Mind Transplant Soloist [Synthesizer & Drums] – Alphonse Mouzon Snow Bound Carbon Dioxide Soloist [Guitar] – Tommy Bolin Soloist [Organ] – Jerry Peters Ascorbic Acid Soloist – Jay Graydon Soloist – Lee Ritenour Side Two: Happiness Is Loving You Soloist – Lee Ritenour Some Of The Things People Do Soloist – Lee Ritenour Golden Rainbows Soloist – Tommy Bolin Nitroglycerin Soloist – Tommy Bolin Thanks To Our Foundation Level Patrons: Bustin' Out The Spreadsheet Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you'd like us to cover? We'd love to hear from you. Send us an email at info@deeppurplepodcast.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.

The Potter's Touch on Lightsource.com
The Transplant

The Potter's Touch on Lightsource.com

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 28:29 Very Popular


Watch Bishop T.D. Jakes from The Potters Touch To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.lightsource.com/donate/973/29

The Potter's Touch on Lightsource.com

Watch Bishop T.D. Jakes from The Potters Touch To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.lightsource.com/donate/973/29

The World and Everything In It
10.6.22 Bussed from the border, and a life-giving transplant

The World and Everything In It

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 34:20 Very Popular


How immigrants are faring after being bussed from the border to sanctuary cities across the country; the life and legacy of Brother Andrew; and a revolutionary way that some women bring life into the world. Plus: one big pumpkin, commentary from Cal Thomas, and the Thursday morning news. Support The World and Everything in It today at wng.org/donate. Additional support comes from Samaritan Ministries, connecting Christians who care for one another spiritually and financially when there's a medical need. More at samaritanministries.org/worldpodcast.The ministry of Barnabas Aid is to send financial support to projects that help Christians where they suffer discrimination, oppression or persecution as a consequence of their faith. The projects aim to strengthen Christian individuals, churches, and their communities by providing material and spiritual support in response to needs identified by local Christian leaders on the ground. More at http://barnabasaid.org/ Ridge Haven camp and retreat center has opened registration for their Winter Camps from Dec 28 – Jan 2 in Brevard, NC and Cono, Iowa. This 6-day overnight camp welcomes 3rd through 12th graders, including youth groups and their leaders. Registration, including early bird discounts and more information, can be found at ridgehaven.org

The World and Everything In It
10.6.22 Bussed from the border, and a life-giving transplant

The World and Everything In It

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 34:20


How immigrants are faring after being bussed from the border to sanctuary cities across the country; the life and legacy of Brother Andrew; and a revolutionary way that some women bring life into the world. Plus: one big pumpkin, commentary from Cal Thomas, and the Thursday morning news. Support The World and Everything in It today at wng.org/donate. Additional support comes from Samaritan Ministries, connecting Christians who care for one another spiritually and financially when there's a medical need. More at samaritanministries.org/worldpodcast.The ministry of Barnabas Aid is to send financial support to projects that help Christians where they suffer discrimination, oppression or persecution as a consequence of their faith. The projects aim to strengthen Christian individuals, churches, and their communities by providing material and spiritual support in response to needs identified by local Christian leaders on the ground. More at http://barnabasaid.org/ Ridge Haven camp and retreat center has opened registration for their Winter Camps from Dec 28 – Jan 2 in Brevard, NC and Cono, Iowa. This 6-day overnight camp welcomes 3rd through 12th graders, including youth groups and their leaders. Registration, including early bird discounts and more information, can be found at ridgehaven.org