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The changing landscape of healthcare reform will present significant challenges for healthcare marketers. Join Jon Brody, Executive Director of Keiler Healthcare, for his perspective on what marketers need to know in order to successfully navigate this uncharted territory.
Today's show will give you reason to talk politics -particularly with those democrats whop set their party affiliation at the time of Kennedy and never looked at it again.
Also wishing our Jewish friends a very Happy Rosh Hashana.
Doing my best to help the Lord set the brushfires of freedom in the hearts of men and to restore America, God willing, to the beacon of freedom she was meant to be.
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We are talking about high-risk multiple myeloma and its prognosis with Dr. Sagar Lonial this August. Make sure REGISTER in advance to ask Dr. Lonial your myeloma question.
Dr. Lonial is Professor at the Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University, Director of Translational Research, B-cell malignancy program as well as Associate Director of Hematology Oncology Fellowship Program. He staffs and works both on the transplant service as well as in the B-cell malignancy clinic. Dr. Lonial completed his Hematology-Oncology training at Emory University, and prior to that received his internal medicine residency at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston Texas. There he spent an additional year as a Chief Medical Resident at the Ben Taub General Hospital as well as the Texas Heart Institute and St Lukes Hospital. Dr. Lonial is on the editorial board for Clinical Lymphoma and Myeloma and The American Journal of Clinical Oncology, as well as an ad hoc reviewer for Blood, Cancer Research, Clinical Cancer Research, Haematologica, and other journals. He has authored or co-authored over 40 papers and abstracts, and was recently appointed to Vice-chair for the ECOG myeloma committee.
Learn 4 secrets that will put your marketing on the path to success. Healthcare marketers won't want to miss this.
Tune in Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. for another episode of Prognosis Radio, the program for healthcare marketers, with host Jon Brody, Executive Director of Keiler Healthcare.
Today's "The Rebellious Rev and the Doc" finds itself in both a quandry and a crossroads. As our loyal listeners may be aware, The Rev's wife finds herself in the "fight for her life"...literally!!! We have heard physicians say many times, "You can pray." It is apparent to me that when medicine "runs out of explanations," they, too, will turn to prayer. Many times you have heard me say, "A man makes plans and God laughs." Only God knows what our future hold for us. Making future plans is what man does well...How successful we are is up to God and God alone. How do you feel about this statement??? Call us at 646-595-3275 with your comments and opinions.
The Canadian Moto Show is on the Air 'Live' at 6:00 pm pacific 9:00 pm eastern right here http://www.canadianmotoshow.com once again we have a great show planned. This week on the show we look back on the past weekend of racing action and more. This week the show continues to promote this seasons Amateur Nationals. The ANQ's have begun and it is now time to get sigend up for those great events. We will chat with Scott Lowry from the Lethbridge Club in Raymond Alta. We will also talk with Jesse Leduc from GrindMX in Quebec about his passion for Moto and more.
The shows Parts Canada Walton Trans Can amateur national profile with Branden Small. We also catch up with Ryan Lockhart and Devin Sache who are two of Kyle Beaton from KBR-MX Trainings products. Dex Koeleman is back at the races with a new look and winning attitude and we look forward to hearing from him. The 7 Deuce Deuce had a set back on the weekend but the likeable Cycle North rider has a new single on I-Tunes and will get us up to speed on that his recovery prognosis and more.
Our popular Canadian Moto Show giveaways get even more exciting this week as we begin a month long call in contest to win a Go Pro Hero 4 from MXP Magazine. As well this week if you are the first caller through to 1-347-677-0979 when the gate drops we will send you home with a pair of Ride 100% gloves and goggles from MXP Mag. As well this great prize giveaway pack will include a Ryno Power Sports supplements T' Shirt and a pair of the best underwear made 2UNDER.
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My guest today is Julia Schopick, author of Honest Medicine:, Time-Tested, Inexpensive Treatments for Life Threatening Diseases.She is a health writer and award-winning blogger at www.honestmedicine.com. The book is a result of her experience as the wife of a brain tumor patient who survived 12 years beyond his doctor's prognosis due to Julia's research into non-toxic treatments.
Now, more than ever before, parents are finding out in utero if their baby will be born with some kind of congenital birth defect. One potentially fatal congenital heart defect is hypoplastic left heart syndrome (or HLHS). According to Texas Children's Hospital, this occurs in about 1 in 6,000 live births when the fetus's left side of the heart does not develop normally. Boston Children's Hospital led the way for babies diagnosed in utero with HLHS by creating an in utero procedure to reduce the severity of HLHS or, in some cases, to prevent the critical congenital heart defect from actually occurring -- allowing the baby's heart to eventually work with four pumping chambers (instead of the 2 chambers so many HLHS babies have). Today's show will feature a couple who traveled to Boston when they discovered their unborn child would have HLHS. How dangerous was the surgery? How many surgeries did their son need? What is their son's prognosis? Listen to this show for answers to these questions and more!
When Laura Hayden is not killing patients–with laughter, she is killing it on stage as a stand-up comedian and inspirational speaker. Dr. Laura Hayden is a practicing physical therapist, touring comedian and speaker. Laura’s stand-up career started at the front of the classroom while she earned her Masters in Physical Therapy from Mount Saint Mary’s College. Her ability to highlight the humorous side of medicine led her classmates to nominate her to give their graduation commencement speech. To this day the faculty at Mount Saint Mary’s College still talk about that “infamous” commencement speech. Laura credits this as her first stand up performance.
The impact of Laura’s humor on her patients and classmates and her personal struggle with caretaker burnout led Laura to research the correlation of laughter on overall health—especially how it affects those charged with taking care of the sick and injured. Laura’s personal journey and research on the healing aspect of laughter led her to pursue her PhD in Physical Therapy from Boston University. The emphasis of her PhD was burnout and therapeutic laugher. Caregiver burnout is a serious issue in the medical industry and as a caregiver herself she understood how difficult it was to stay sane and positive when dealing with the stress. She found that laughter truly is the best medicine for patients, their loved ones, and the medical professionals working the front lines.
Today Laura lends her humorous take on the absurd, bizarre and rare moments that make living and healing such a great part of the human experience. Part of her mission to serve others, educate and entertain with kindness and humor, Laura crafts one-of-a-kind speeches and uplifting presentations that helps people cut loose and find the funny side of any situation. The prognosis . . .terminal laughter!
Continuing our conversation with Dr. E and the ladies from Sexual Health Consultants on painful sex post baby, we're focusing on treatment. What kinds should be explored, prognosis, and how involved your partner should be. Listen only mode - no callers.
Join co-hosts Eric Lamb and Brian Draus, as they welcome LA Dodgers blogger, Eric Becker to the program! Eric covers west coast baseball extensively, and has a vast knowledge of all things MLB related! Join us, as we take a look at a number of teams spring training performances, and prognosis for the 2015 season! Don't miss what is sure to be an entertaining and informative hour of baseball talk
Guest: Ann E. Hohenhaus, DVM, Diplomate ACVIM (Oncology & Small Animal Internal Medicine), Certified Veterinary Journalist
Dr. Ann Hohenhaus is a third generation veterinarian with an extensive background and expertise in veterinary medicine. She has achieved board certification in both Oncology and Small Animal Internal Medicine by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine.
Dr. Hohenhaus is a staff Doctor and Head of the Jaqua Transfusion Medicine Service at The Animal Medical Center in New York City, a non-profit veterinary center that has been a national leader in animal care since 1910.
Listen as Dr. Hohenhaus teaches us everything we need to know about mast cell cancer including:
What is the difference between a "mast cell" and a "mast cell tumor"?
How do does mast cell cancer present in dogs and cats?
Are there things we can do to prevent it, or catch it before it spreads?
What do vets do to diagnose mast cell cancer?
Is mast cell cancer treatable? If so, how?
What is the prognosis for this cancer?
Are there new treatments to help make mast cell cancer easier to live with?
Call with your questions or join us in the Live Tripawds Chat during the show!