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Independent pharmacies are the last line of defense between patients and a pharmacy system that is quickly becoming a monopoly. The Independent Pharmacy Alliance Podcast will explore why Americans pay the highest drug prices in the world, highlight the life-saving services independent pharmacies provide, and how Pharmacy Benefit Managers utilize anti-competitive business practices to increase drug prices. In each episode, we'll talk to a pharmacist or front-line worker fighting for patients ...
 
Raphael Sirtoli is the co-founder of www.breaknutrition.com and hosts the Break Nutrition podcast to take a deep dive into the science behind nutrition and medical studies. He’s joined by recurring co-host Gabor Erdosi - the ‘adipocyte Jedi’ of the Lower Insulin Facebook group - to review papers exploring what causes diabetes, obesity and other metabolic disorders. Raphael also interviews a broad range of people, like researchers, engineers, doctors, nurses, philosophers and people with insp ...
 
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New York has a new governor after a tumultuous end to Andrew Cuomo's term. Now there are four bills sitting on the Governor's desk that could help independent pharmacists in the state of New York. We talked to the Chairman of the Pharmacists Society of the State of New York, Thomas D'Angelo. He told us what it took to get those bills passed the leg…
 
Larry Lucchino joins Joe and Will in the booth to talk about the amazing work of The Jimmy Fund. They also talk about the Woo Sox, Polar Park, and what other things they have played for the park. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Di Audacy
 
Mike Lowell joined Joe to talk about his battle with cancer and how it was discovered. They also talk about the importance of The Jimmy Fund and Mike's involvement with it as a player and now. They also talk about this years Red Sox team as they make a playoff push See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Zach noticed enlarged neck lymph nodes one day as he was about to drive home from work. He visited his primary care doctor for evaluation and testing, and she referred him to Dana-Farber for a consultation. Before he could attend the consultation, his situation got worse and he was admitted to the hospital to start treatment under the care of Dr. S…
 
Brian works as a Hockey Scout for the NHL as well as scouting for Division I, III and Junior hockey programs for Neutral Zone. He was diagnosed with prostate cancer Labor Day Weekend in 2018. He was impressed that during a holiday weekend doctors wasted no time studying his case, making a diagnosis and starting his treatment plan. He underwent radi…
 
Gavin was diagnosed with an optic glioma brain tumor at the age of 2 ½. The daycare provider noticed small light brown marks on Gavin’s skin. They later learned that this is an indicator of Neurofibromatosis 1 (NF1). Another symptom of NF1 is optic glioma. An MRI was done, and it confirmed the brain tumor diagnosis. Gavin has been on and off treatm…
 
Lamar was diagnosed when he was 35-years old in September 2019. He was having severe back pain in his lower back on the left side. The pain got worse and he developed a swollen lump. He went to the hospital where they did a variety of tests. At first, they weren't sure what was wrong, and he ended up being admitted for 13 days They originally told …
 
Carrigan was initially diagnosed just after her 18th birthday. She was misdiagnosed with a sports injury for about 6 months. She had been feeling lethargic and had pain in her leg. The pain worsened over time and swelling began to develop just below her knee. She had been training for a Tae Kwondo Tournament when the pain became severe, she could n…
 
Prior to Easter 2020, Sydney’s parents noticed she was not acting like herself, she had fevers and was not being her usual outgoing self. She did not participate in the egg hunt and slept most of Easter Sunday. Due to COVID, Lyndsey was hesitant to take her to the local Emergency Room, so she went to a walk-in clinic. The walk-in clinic wasn’t able…
 
Hanna was diagnosed on Father’s Day, June 2019. Hanna had begun to have severe migraines that would not go away, no matter what her and her family tried. She also had petechiae running down her legs and had no idea what it was. Hanna was also very tired and knew something was wrong with her body. Hanna kept telling her mom " I know my body and I kn…
 
Dr. Cleary is an oncologist who specializes in gastrointestinal cancers. In addition to treating patients with neuroendocrine cancer, he treats malignancies including pancreatic, colon, rectal, biliary, and liver. He was awarded a Lustgarten Foundation/Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C) grant in support of his work developing new therapies for patients with…
 
After swimming one day, Mike felt strange so went to see his nurse practitioner. She could not hear any breath sounds from his left lung and X-Ray showed a totally collapsed lung and enlarged right lung compensating. Mike was diagnosed with stage IV lung cancer in 2018. He chose Dana-Farber for his treatment because it is world-renowned and just ho…
 
Shelby was diagnosed with ALL in October 2019. Shelby had fevers for about 2 weeks. She had bad headaches and severe bloody noses. Her breathing was off, and she had an incredibly high heart rate. After a stop at a local urgent care center, the family was immediately sent to Boston Children’s where Shelby was diagnosed and stayed for 3 weeks. Shelb…
 
Kerry is a 4th-grade teacher in Taunton Public Schools Kerry was diagnosed with renal cell carcinoma, or kidney cancer, on her birthday - September 11, 2019. Earlier in the spring, she developed an annoying cough. It at first was attributed to asthma, reflux or allergies. She then lost her appetite and ended up losing about 30 lbs. and became very …
 
Bill was a Quincy fire fighter for 32 years. He once when he responded to a fire at Home Depot and learned that what was burning was a mixture of pool chemicals, fertilizers, defoliants and insecticides that were all stored together for the upcoming Spring and Summer season. The fire consisted of a toxic compound to which all the firefighters who w…
 
Over a couple of months, Reylyn's family noticed she couldn't smile. The pediatrician sent her to an oral surgeon who thought it could have been an abscess from just getting her braces on and didn’t see anything concerning. They sent her to an ENT where they did a CT scan and noticed a growth in her sinus pocket around her eye socket. In order to g…
 
Sarah had a history of cancer in her family, her mom was diagnosed with cancer twice in three years, first with breast followed by uterine cancer. One of the doctors treating her mother suggested she might have a hereditary condition known as Lynch Syndrome that predisposes individuals who carry this genetic mutation to a variety of cancers. A comm…
 
In 2017, Rachel was driving home from school in Ohio and had a seizure. Luckily, she wasn't hurt (except for some bruises and other small cuts) and no one else was injured. At the hospital, doctors found a tumor during a CT scan. Once Rachel and her family realized that surgery was going to be the best option, they decided to go to Boston Children'…
 
At age 50, Jonathan's wife Nicole was giving him a hug when she felt lumps in his neck. That night he had a stomach ache but they never connected the two things. Shortly after that, he had excruciating stomach pain. He went to the emergency room and test showed a tumor in his colon the size of a grapefruit. He was diagnosed with stage 4 colon cance…
 
In December 2019, Rosemary was exhausted and unable to focus on her schoolwork or activities. She fainted 3 times, both at school and at home. She didn't have enough energy to make it down the stairs from her room on the 2nd floor. She had a high fever, so she went to see her pediatrician, who thought it was some sort of virus Her fever wouldn't go…
 
Dr. Glimcher is a distinguished immunologist, widely renowned for her work in one of the most promising areas of cancer research. Dr. Glimcher speaks nationally and internationally on cancer, immunology, and translational medicine and has contributed more than 350 scholarly articles and papers to medical literature. Aside from her research efforts,…
 
Magnolia Contreras, MSW, MBA joined, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in 2007 and is the current Vice President of Community Health. In this role, she is charged with helping the Institute carry out its community benefits mission through the delivery of evidence- based cancer prevention, screening and early detection programs. She is also a leader in D…
 
Lisa has worked in the Jimmy Fund Clinic for 30 years. Lisa and her team are responsible for the programs that help take the patients and their families minds off of the treatment. In the past, they have hosted a Summer Festival, Winterfest and Teen Red Sox Spring Training, Trips and Girls Weekend. Due to COVID, they had to pivot the programming an…
 
In 2010, Grace started feeling short of breath during her soccer season, so she went for some tests to see what was going on. Her heart looked great, but the doctors saw some abnormal abdominal spots and her blood work also came back with very concerning levels of anemia. After an endoscopy and some sample testing, it was revealed that Grace had a …
 
CEO of Granite Telecommunications and Co-Founder of Copley Equity Partners Robert Hale joins the show and makes a pledge to match all donations from the show today. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Di Audacy
 
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