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In the wake of new immunotherapies being approved by the FDA and many more in clinical trials, will transplants continue to be an integral part of myeloma treatment? With therapeutic potential of a myeloma cure, the use of donor stem cell transplantation/ allogeneic transplantation is highly debated in the medical field due to associated risks; when does benefits outweigh the risks and can allo transplants be used to salvage and cure relapsed patients? What about curative potential of autologous transplants? With modern therapies storming the myeloma armamentarium, Dr. Frits van Rhee of UAMS is back on CureTalks discussing auto transplants for treatment of myeloma and giving his take on allogeneic transplants is Dr. Gosta Gahrton of Karolinska Institute (Has been member and chairman of Nobel Committee of the Karolinska Institute). Myeloma panel includes advocates and survivors, Gary Petersen, Jack Aiello, and Nick van Dyk.
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Source Nation! Join us tonight for Sports Tuesday with Steve Manderson & 2 amazing guests.
At 6:15 join us as Steve welcomes Rick Curti into the studio to discuss The Charlotte Bats, his campaign to bring the Charlotte Bats to Charlotte and why Charlotte can support an MLB Franchise.
When Rick Curti moved to Charlotte, NC 10 years ago, he noticed that Charlotte had the NFL, The NBA but no MLB. Being that Charlotte is the 2nd largest city without MLB and there are tons of transplants from New York, Chicago, California etc. and its population is bigger than 14 cities with MLB, Rick decided about 4 years ago to create the Charlotte Bats with the goal of bringing MLB to Charlotte. This summer Charlotte was picked by Commissioner Rob Manfred along with 8 other cities for expansion. The Carolina Panthers are the talk of the Sports World and is bringing lots of attention to this growing city. Tune in tonight to hear Rick's plans for Charlotte.
At 7:15 join Steve as he welcomes Former MLB Mark Hadden into the studio to discuss his Organization, Next Level Sports WorldWide Inc.
Next Level Sports, Worldwide Inc, in partnership with NBA icon, Darryl L. "Chocolate Thunder" Dawkins, was created to enable youth and adult athletes/students to attend and go to college and fulfill their dreams and goals. Mr. Mark Hadden National/International talent scout formed "Next level Sports" in 1993. While in Los angles, CA playing in the L.A Pro Summer league with N.B.A Hall of Fame, Ervin "Magic" Johnson. Hadden, a big fan and supporter of Magic Johnson, saw a need for youth who are not receiving proper teaching and not motivated to step up. Hadden started his organization to build up youth self-esteem and guidance for students/athletes set for going to college and expanding their horizons educationally and athletically.
How can we understand the current medical revolution that is driven by accelerating technologies and thus be empowered? Join us as bestselling author Robin Farmanfarmaian talks about how medical technology can empower the consumer.
Robin Farmanfarmaian is an entrepreneur, founder, speaker and best selling author working in cutting edge technology and medicine. Currently Farmanfarmaian is the COO and SVP of Arc Fusion Programs, working on the fusion of medicine, science and IT, and a VP at INVICTA Medical, a device company for sleep apnea. A life long philanthropist and mentor, she is the Co-Founder and on the Board of Directors (formally Executive Director) for the Organ Preservation Alliance, catalyzing breakthroughs in organ banking for transplants and tissue engineering, and President for the Innovation for Jobs Summit, finding solutions to disrupt unemployment. Robin is on the advisory board of many startups and conferences, and mentors female entrepreneurs. Previous work includes being one of the founders of Morfit, the Exponential Medicine conference, and a VP at Singularity University. Her book, “The Patient as CEO: How Technology Empowers the Healthcare Consumer”, is a #1 Best Seller on Amazon.
Are you registered to be an organ donor? What does it mean to give or receive an organ? University of Wisconsin Organ and Tissue Donations Executive Director Mike Anderson joins Tamara Leigh's Trend On to raise awareness of the vital role organ donations can make. T
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This is going to be a packed program! I have the pleasure of speaking to two people I admire here in the Siberian world, not just as mushers, but in the show ring, as breeders, and folks that put their dogs FIRST. Natalie and Andre wan der Merwe are transplants from South Africa to the United States in pursuit of their passion, Siberian Huskies in all their glory. No matter what you do with your own Nordic breed, working dog or pet, they will have something to offer everyone.
With that in mind, I have chosen Natalie and Andre to talk with us about what I consider "doing it right" through their nutritional program, their careful and selective breeding, their "dogs first" atitude in all of their interactions with these magnificent creatures, and of course putting their Siberians to work.
For starters, this year at the World Dryland Championships in Bristol, Andre was awarded a bronze for this team's efforts in the sprint, and he is going to talk to us about his training not only these go-fast athletes, but training teams for the mid and distance races and tours as well. And Natalie has been my go-to confidant on nutrition and hydration, whether we feed raw, partial raw or kibble. She will answer questions on all things nutrition for us, including keeping the comapnion pets healthy well into their senior years. Natalie and Andre will touch on CTC Dog Gear and using different harnesses depending on your dog, their needs and your goals.
Along with stories from the trail, Natalie and Andre will talk about the future of the sport, getting out there with your dogs no matter what your goals might be, and a peek behind the scenes on their current litter and the future of Snowdrift Siberians, as well as the future of Siberians in the show ring.
These two have so much to share with us, and a little something for everyone who loves their dogs.
Today's guest is Aaron Foley, author of the new book How to Live in Detroit Without Being a Jackass.
By day, Aaron Foley is a copywriter at a global advertising agency based in Metro Detroit. Prior to dipping in the advertising world, he was a full-time journalist. Aaron still occasionally freelances, but most of his time is spent talking about his recently released first book, How to Live in Detroit Without Being a Jackass.
About the book:
Welcome to Detroit, and welcome to your social guidebook for all of you coastal transplants, wary suburbanites, unwitting gentrifiers, curious onlookers, die-hard natives and everyone in between.
With advice on everything from buying and rehabbing to house to not sounding like a completely uninformed racist when you talk to a black person, let us help you avoid falling into the “jackass” trap and become the productive, healthy Detroiter you’ve always wanted to be.
Check out Aaron Foley at http://beltmag.com/product/how-to-live-in-detroit-without-being-a-jackass/.
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We had a few technical difficulties getting this episode aired, but the nonetheless here it is! Join us as we talk about the newest developments in organ donation transplants. Organ donation is a personal decision and you should always be well informed about it before making a decision to become an organ donor or donating a loved one's organs. As always Silk'E Milk and Smoove will offer their colorful perspective on this topic. So sit back and put your feet up as we inform and entertain you right here on Tigress Corner Talk Radio.
Being born with hypoplastic left heart syndrome, or HLHS, over 2 decades ago meant a very uncertain future. Back then most of the children born with HLHS didn't survive. Only a handful made it to age 5 and naturally, as time went on more and more of our Survivors had hearts that began to fail or have problems requiring extra medications or pacemakers or extra surgeries -- some even needing heart transplants to survive. Today we have a handful of Survivors who have made it to their mid-twenties or beyond. Today's show features one such survivor.
Tune in to hear Myles Schweitzer share his advice and stories about how he seizes the day. As a 25-year-old HLHS Survivor, he is exceptional and I'm sure when you hear his story, you'll be inspired.