It’s always fascinating to listen to two of the recognized experts and leading clinicians in Cushing’s disease discuss their experiences with the disease and patients. In this Live Talk session, Pituitary World New’s innovative program for education and awareness, Dr. Kevin Yuen and Dr. Lewis Blevins bring an intimate, revealing look at their approaches to Cushing’s disease and syndrome. The discussion focuses on their experiences and how they think about their patients, and the options they have available for treatment. Listen and learn their views on each available drug to treat the disease and their rationale for recommending treatment options. And don’t miss the discussion on access to those medications, including insurance coverage issues, towards the end of the session. Enjoy!
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Listen to Dr. Tamara Wexler, a nationally recognized neuroendocrinologist and expert in pituitary dysfunction after a brain injury. She joins Dr. Lewis Blevins in this eye-opening podcast.
I’m happy to welcome Leslie Edwin, president of Cushing’s Support and Research Foundation (CSRF), to our microphones. The CSRF is a leading Cushing’s disease and syndrome patient support organization.
A commentary from Lewis S. Blevins Jr. M.D. – Dr. Lewis Blevins reviews a recent article published by Mohyeldin and others from Stanford University in Scientific Reports.
Mental health and emotional wellness are essential topics for pituitary patients, their families, and friends. This on-demand session from last Thursday’s live-talk program focuses on the challenges and opportunities when considering these issues.
A commentary from Lewis S. Blevins Jr. M.D., PWN Co-founder – In my opinion, those of us who “profess” to be academics and champions of, as Robert Graham the designer includes on his apparel, “knowledge wisdom
Decisions made by doctors and their patients can be some of the most complicated, difficult decisions to make. This session focuses on the factors that influence medical decision-making, the impacts those decisions carry, and how the practical clinical aspects of these choices affect our everyday lives.
This study is available free. Just click on this link to download it. As a way of background, this is the second Phase 3 study for ISTURISA (osilodrostat). The first phase 3 study, LINC 3,
From Dr. Ezequiel (Eze) Goldschmidt and UCSF Health Medconnection a collection of minimally invasive skull base surgery cases. UCSF’s Ezequiel (Eze) Goldschmidt, MD, PhD, is a neurosurgeon specializing in minimally invasive techniques, including the endoscopic endonasal
Semantics, or by definition, the way we relate to different meanings of words or other symbols, are essential. The words we use to communicate and inform are critical. In our session today, we discuss the semantics of pituitary medicine and underline the importance of describing things accurately.
In this podcast, we dive into the world of endocrine nursing with Dr. Chris Yedinak from the Oregon Health and Science University. For the last five years, she has specialized in neuroendocrine testing and pre-and post-operative care of patients with neuroendocrine and pituitary diseases. Nurses play a critical role in the care of patients with pituitary disease and we are delighted to bring you this wonderful conversation.