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SCOTUS same sex rulingJune 22nd – June 28th

In the general news, the world was terrorized again by radical Islam. In France, factory workers were killed and beheaded, and in Tunisia, 39 tourists on the beach were Read more »

Interview with Dexcom’s CEO Terry Gregg

August 11, 2014- Interviewed by Steven E. Greer, MD

Above, in Part 1 of our interview with the CEO of Dexcom, Terry Gregg, Read more »

Review of the TAVR data from the 2015 ACC

May 7, 2015- Interviewed by Steven E. Greer, MD

Interview with the CEO of Neovasc, Alexei Marko

Doctors complain to Columbia about Dr. Oz

Update April 21, 2015- By Steven E. Greer, MD

As a direct result of our posting of the letter, below, the New York Times then national TV news have picked up this story. The bad press forced Dr. Oz to make a statement on his TV show that he “Will not be Read more »

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CHARLESTON, SC - JUNE 18:  People stand outside the Emanuel AME Church after a mass shooting at the church that killed nine people on June 18, 2015, in Charleston, South Carolina. A 21-year-old suspect, Dylann Roof of Lexington, South Carolina, was arrersted Thursday during a traffic stop. Emanuel AME Church is one of the oldest in the South. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

June 15th – June 21st

In the general news, Greece, once again, is poised to default on its debt. In the U.S., nine African-Americans were murdered while in church by a crazed white male gunman, Read more »

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ISIS caravanJune 8th – June 14th

In the general news, the U.S. is sending several thousand more troops to Iraq to help “advise” the Iraqi forces as they battle ISIS. From China, it was learned that hundreds of thousands of U.S. government Read more »

How did a small academic lab succeed where big medical device companies failed?

July 5, 2014- Interviewed by Steven E. Greer, MD

The New England Journal of Medicine recently published the early clinical data on the “bionic pancreas” being developed by engineers at Boston University and medical doctors at Massachusetts General hospital. We interviewed Ed Damiano, PhD, the lead biomedical engineer, and Steven Russell, MD PhD, the lead endocrinologist.

In Part 3, we asked them how their small lab funded only by the NIH succeeded at developing the bionic pancreas when large companies, such as Roche, Medtronic, Abbott, and JNJ all failed.

 

Interview with MannKind’s CEO, Al Mann, and CFO, Matt Pfeffer.

October 23, 2013- Interviewed by Steven E. Greer, MD

The Healthcare Channel interviewed the CEO of MannKind, Al Mann, and the CFO, Matt Pfeffer. Topics discussed include the latest clinical trial data on inhaled insulin Afrezza and the cash situation. We also discuss Mr. Mann’s other company, Second Sight, which has a Medicare and FDA-approved bionic eye to treat diseases that damage the nerves in the retina.

Super rapid acting insulin and inhaled insulin

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American PharoahJune 1st – June 7th

In the general news, FIFA chief Sepp Blatter felt the heat and “resigned” all in the wake of the American DOJ prosecutions. In The U.S., The Patriot Act was not renewed due to concerns that it violates Read more »

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