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Feb 25, 2015 on SRWM Dr. Alice Millsap
Disinherited! Daddy How Could You?: A Journey from Rejection-Denial-Spousal Abuse-Dysfunctional Family to Healing & Restoration by Dr. Alice M. Millsap Disinherited! Daddy How Could You?: A Journey from Rejection-Denial-Spousal Abuse-Dysfunctional Family to Healing & Restoration by Dr. Alice M. Millsap
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Patients who have high-risk genetic features like the 14;16 translocation need new treatment options. Dr. Carmen Baldino of Jasco Pharmaceuticals and Dr. Kelvin Lee of the Roswell Park Cancer Institute are working on a potentially curative solution for patients with this high-risk translocation using a PIM2 Kinase inhibitor called JP-11646. Learn more about this proposal for the Myeloma Crowd Research Initiative to address the unmet needs for high-risk patients.
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In our continuing series in coordination with Citizens Commission on Human Rights, tonight we are pleased to have Dr. Jeffrey A. Schaler as our guest to discuss the myth of mental illness.
Jeffrey A. Schaler, PhD, a psychologist in Maryland, has written extensively on addiction and social policy as well as having taught thousands of undergraduate and graduate students about the myth of mental illness over the past 22 years at American University in Washington, D.C., Johns Hopkins University, and community colleges in Maryland and Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia. He is a well known and popular international speaker. A close friend and colleague for many years of the late professor emeritus of psychiatry Thomas Szasz, Professor Schaler is currently working on his sixth and seventh books, both focused on why behavior can never be a disease. His book entitled Addiction Is a Choice was the centerpiece of a John Stossel ABC News 20/20 special and his book entitled Peter Singer Under: The Moral Iconoclast Faces His Critics won the American Library Association book of the year in Philosophy in 2010. He has three granddaughters and he lives with "Scout," his six month old German Shepherd, in Howard County, Maryland. His website is at www.schaler.net .
Mark Clasen, MD, PhD is the Retired Chair of Family Medicine, Wright State University. Dr Jonas will interview him about his career and his reflections on his years as Department Chair. Dr Clasen has been in Academic Medicine in several states and decades, including time with the famous Arthur Guyton, PhD (of Guyton's Medical Physiology).
Dr Jonas and Dr Clasen worked together at Ohio State and Wright State (but Dr Clasen was the boss) and may reminisce a bit on this show.
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This week my guests are Susan Glaser PhD and Peter Glaser PhD, authors ofBe Quiet, Be Heard: The Paradox of Persuasion.
About the book:
Learn the secrets instinctively known to charismatic, persuasive communicators and reap the rewards of stronger relationships and increased influence in every area of life. Communicating effectively is a learned behavior. Virtually anyone can become a more influential and persuasive communicator. This ground-breaking book reveals concrete methods proven over 35 years of research, teaching, and consulting to address a wide range of communication challenges that organizations and individuals face. Readers learn to raise delicate issues, convince without being overbearing, and to constructively resolve conflict and criticism. Based on international award-winning research, Be Quiet, Be Heardrejects canned formulas that leave little room for adaptability. When people attempt to speak using pre-packaged sound bytes, others see right through the one-size-fits-all technique. In lieu of staid formulas, this book offers models that provide flexible guidelines and progressive steps that can be easily adapted to specific communication challenges.
About the authors:
Peter A. Glaser, Ph.D. and Susan R. Glaser, Ph.D. received their doctorates in communication from the Pennsylvania State University. Authors of the internationally acclaimed book, Be Quiet, Be Heard: The Paradox of Persuasion, they have been married business partners and co-presenters for thirty-nine years. Drs. Glaser have published three books and more than forty research articles. Their research on transforming organizational culture has received the International Association of Business Communication Research Foundation Award for bridging communication theory and practice. Feature stories have been written about them in periodicals and newspapers.
Myeloma is not a single disease. Two types of high-risk myeloma have swapped chromosomes (14;16) and (14;20) have notoriously short survival times with conventional treatments and are found to be resistant to bortezomib, one of the standard myeloma therapies. Dr. Frank Zhan, MD, PhD of the University of Iowa searched a genetic database to identify 100 genes uniquely deregulated for these two types of myeloma. Based on database matching to find compounds that induce or reverse desired gene changes, he found 5 targets to affect the c-MAF and MAFB genes that are disregulated by these translocations. They found that only Alsterpaullon (ALP) significantly inhibits MM cell growth with “spike” expression of either c-MAF or MAFB. ALP is a cyclindependent kinase (CDK) inhibitor and blocks cell-cycle progression. However, the reasons for its antiproliferative effects is unknown. The research will test whether ALP is able to disable c-MAF/MAFB signaling events, thus rendering MM responsive to chemotherapeutics.
Join us for this 6th show of the Myeloma Crowd Research Initiative with Dr. Frank Zhan, MD, PhD and Dr. Guido Tricot, MD, PhD to discuss a potential solution for these patients in a truly personalized medicine fashion.
in Self Help
Despite (what seems to be) much evidence to the contrary, we do not have to watch our eyesight get worse and worse as we age. There is something that we can do about it. On this show our guest, Dr. Ray Gottlieb, will introduce the “Read Without Glasses Method”, which is a series of exercises that stimulate the focusing power of our eyes; making them sharper, more flexible and relaxed. Just like any other part of or body, our eyes respond positively to exercise, and this easy to learn, simple to practice method shows us how to keep our near vison as clear and sharp as possible.
Dr. Gottlieb has been an eye doctor for over five decades, with a specialty in vision training and vision therapy. He developed and refined the “Read Without Glasses Method” in his private practice in 1976, and is currently the Dean of the College of Syntonic Optometry. So please join us for this leadiing edge discussion, and have your questions ready for our guest.
E-mail for Dr. Gottlieb: email@example.com
My King's Service Pentecostal Church of God with Arch-Bishop Dr. Abrams MDiv, DD, Ph.D.
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