Reading about each of these famous giants prompted me to dig a bit more to see if there was anything new to report on the genetics of pituitary adenomas. And while there are no earth-shattering developments , it is always fascinating to read about it and hunt for new sources of information.
Today’s podcast is about our super athlete friend Risa August and her new book, “The Road Unpaved.” We followed her herculean effort to ride 1845-plus miles to get from Canada to Mexico on the Pacific Coast Highway, which, as you can imagine, is no picnic for anyone, let alone if you are fighting acromegaly symptoms. It is downright amazing she did it at all. Now, she has written a book about her experience with acromegaly, the ride, and life. Learn more about Risa, her practice and her upcoming plans at Risa Unleashed. To read her past PWN articles search for Risa or Marisa here, or go to – www.risaaugust.com
Spain and Spanish-speaking countries have been our focus as we seek to develop more content in Spanish for our edition of Pituitary Word News in Español. Today’s podcasts covers part of the conference and shares my conversations with three world-renowned Spanish endocrinologists.
Pituitary Grand Rounds is a new PWN program loosely based on the practice medical schools routinely use to educate young doctors. It is a fantastic way to share patient’s insights, their symptoms and signs, how
In today’s podcast, we talk with Giacomo Chiesi, Head of Global Rare Diseases at the Chiesi Group, where he leads a team in developing and marketing treatments for rare and ultra-rare diseases.
From J D Faccinetti, Co-founder and Chief Editor – When you deal with a chronic pituitary disease, you get close to your medications, just like you would to a friend. This was my experience with
In recent decades volumes have been written and research done on trying to understand the impact extraordinarily negative life events have on the body, mind, spirit of those impacted.
Watch this latest informative webinar on growth hormone deficiency in adults and children from Dr. Christine Yedinak, professor at the Oregon Health and Sciences University (OHSU) USA – This is part of a series of
Today’s’ podcast is a recording of the Pituitary World News talk program that aired live on November 16. The information comes directly from one of the busiest, most successful clinics in the world of pituitary disease. The podcast presents a real-world, honest, in-depth discussion of health insurance denials, how this practice affects patients and physicians, how they use guidelines to muddy the process, oppose individualized care, and question a specialist’s decision-making.
You won’t want to miss our live discussion on the increase in denials from insurance companies. Dr. Blevins will discuss his experiences with the frustrating trend and other exciting musings from one of the busiest