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The role of allogeneic stem cell transplantation is evolving in the paradigm of myeloma treatment. Despite its therapeutic potential of a myeloma cure, the use of donor stem cell transplantation or allogeneic transplantation is highly debated in the medical field due to the safety risks and rate of relapse. We are talking to Dr. Komanduri to better understand allogeneic transplants, optimal timing and how to manage graft-versus-myeloma effect for improved efficacy and safety.
Dr. Komanduri is Medical Director of the hematopoietic stem cell transplant program at the University of Miami Sylvester Cancer Center, one of the fastest growing programs in the country.
Dr. Ernesto Gutierrez is a published and extensively educated physician. He received his medical degree from Anáhuac University's Faculty of Medicine – the most prestigious private medical school in Latin America. Since then, he has spent considerable time training in the U.S. and abroad achieving postgraduate degrees in Age Management and Regenerative Medicine. One of the significant aspects of Dr. Gutierrez’s training background is his well-rounded approach in the area of whole person medicine which sets the standards of patient care at World Stem Cells Clinic, where each patient is seen not as a disease, but as a complex human being. Dr. Gutierrez joined World Stem Cells Clinic first as Medical Director and soon afterwards was appointed as President for the Clinic, Laboratory and Research Facility. His passion towards the development of novel therapeutic approaches to treat previously untreatable conditions has driven the clinic’s team to develop a unique, safe and highly effective Advanced Stem Cell Therapy for autism which has already changed the lives of hundreds of autistic patients and their families.
HELPING NON-STEM TEACHERS CREATE GREAT STEM LESSONS
We heartily welcome back Director of STEM Outreach at Motlow CC (TN) Billy Hix with some great ideas on STEM education in elementary educationwith an emphasis on space programs.....maybe the new 9th planet ( is it the planet
"Billy") recently and possibly discovered.
Presented by Waterford Institute
Featuring DMaj - Guest Reporter. This is our Quick Sip Edition - A short broadcast of national news and events related to Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
This is for people on the go that done have a lot of time but want to be in the know when it comes to the fast pace, even change industries of STEM and how they are going to impact our livelihood and the job market of the future. Its about preparing our children for the future.
Welcome Back, Dmaj!
The educational gap that is present within urban communities is causing a steep divide within the overall STEM industry. A lack of exposure, academic support and resources are hindering the possibilities of minority youth within the STEM industry. President Obama has noticed the void and gap and developed an initiative to combat it.Highlighting the notion that if America wants to compete with other countries our youth must be able to embrace a technological, scientific, mathematic and engineering platform to ensure our place as a world trailblazer. Tonight we are going to address why there is a gap within urban schools and how we can enrich youth with opportunities to advance within STEM.
Thursdays, 9 am Eastern, "The Tufts Get Going!" host Rosanna Tufts:
"The STEM of Success." If you look around certain neighborhoods and the only (legal) job opportunities you can see are at McDonald's or 7-11, meet Dr. Mel Butler and Frank Luca, the director and founder (respectively) of ACE (Alliance for Career and Education), which exposes kids to STEM careers! ACE arranges field trips for kids to meet leaders in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics in their own workplaces. Dr. Butler has been a consultant in helping to develop many projects and products including lightweight cement, the HOMV (better known as Hummer), Hot Pockets (yum!) and the Salute to Soul!
Join Rosanna every week to hear interviews with people who are making their dreams come true -- or have tools to help YOU do the same!
STEM EDUCATION: PUBLIC/PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS & THE AMGEN FOUNDATION
AMGEN FOUNDATION V.P. Scott Heimlich is joined by educator Winnie Litten. Advanced Honors and Biology Teacher at Oak Park HS in Oak Park ,CA, one of the first teacher to participate in The Amgen BioTech Experience.
Presented by LEGO EDUCATION
This series recognizes students, parents, faculty and mentors for their support of STEM academic excellence, superior achievement, participation and success stories of those from minority, diverse and underserve communities.
A Detroit man watching a movie while driving his car got into an accident and died.
The man, who wasn’t wearing pants, was watching the movie on his cellphone, said police.
The driver, 58, wasn’t wearing a seat belt and was partially ejected through the sunroof.
A state police spokesman said it’s the strangest incident he ever encountered.
“There’s so much technology out there a lot of people are more paying attention to what they’re doing other than driving their car,” said Lt. Mike Shaw of the Michigan State Police.
The accident occurred Sunday at 3:30 a.m. as the car was traveling south on the Lodge ramp to Interstate 75 in Detroit, said police.
The driver lost control of the 1996 Toyota and it rolled over. No other vehicles were involved in the wreck.
He was pronounced dead at the scene. The police are continuing to investigate.
Care Radio Network's Flagship Show Conversations In Care
Join host of Conversations In Care, Tami Neumann as she sits down in conversation with Stem Cell Expert and Cardiologist Dr. Joshua Hare. They will talk about the use of stem cell therapy and repairing damaged hearts.
Dr. Hare is the founding director of the Interdisciplinary Stem Cell Institute at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, chief of the Division of Cardiology, and Louis Lemberg professor of medicine and professor of molecular and cellular pharmacology.
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