Live talk, session 15 – A chat with preeminent pituitary neurosurgeon Dr. Sandeep Kunwar

October 3, 2022

If you didn’t have a chance to hear it live, here’s a podcast from the live talk session from last Thursday with special guest and PWN friend and contributor Pituitary neurosurgeon Dr. Sandeep Kunwar.  He joined Dr. Lewis Blevins for a great discussion of the latest in pituitary surgery and disease management. These are two of the most experienced pituitary physicians in the world, providing a personal, intimate look at their craft.  Don’t miss this podcast with tons of information and insight into the latest trends in pituitary surgery and disease management.  Enjoy!   Learn more about Dr. Kunwar in this video from the California Center for Pituitary disorders at UCSF and listen to this podcast we did with him a few years ago. Don’t miss “Live Talk” Thursday, September 22, 3:00 pm PST.

Adenomas or PitNETs: A Pituitary World News opinion editorial

August 29, 2022

From the desk of Pituitary World News co-founder J D Faccinetti –  In November 2019, we wrote an opinion piece on the current discussion about reclassifying and renaming pituitary adenomas to Pituitary Neuroendocrine Tumors or PitNETs. Well, the rumblings about this change and the arguments from the proponents and opponents to the reclassification are continuing. Read more and vote!

Life After the Pandemic: Where do we go from here?

April 27, 2022

Has COVID-19 affected you or not? What narrative will you construct as time moves forward resulting from the events of recent years? Pausing to examine what you choose to derive is up to each person, but it is essential to know that the more a person decides to choose rather than allow the choice to be made for them, the more they can move forward and beyond. Having lived through a worldwide pandemic means we have all not only survived, but we’ve endured.

Supporting a new diagnosis of Acromegaly

January 4, 2022

We continue to showcase Pfizer’s new series on patient support.  This brochure offers great advice on how to deal with a new acromegaly diagnosis. The materials provide valuable content given the importance of proper disease