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Empowering conversations for people who are not afraid to challenge the status quo. The intention of Unfringed is to bring awareness to and develop conversations about the things that most affect us today; the things that too many of us won't dare talk about and the things we allow to divide us. Donna provides a raw and realistic viewpoint that encourages discussion, welcomes collaboration, and empowers solutions to modern problems. She challenges the status quo and invites you to think beyo ...
 
The people behind The Intercept’s fearless reporting and incisive commentary discuss the crucial issues of our time: national security, civil liberties, foreign policy, and criminal justice. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Discoveries in technology, medicine, and nutrition are emerging with accelerating speed and improving our health and quality of life. Brought to you by Lonza, “A View On” podcast is a series of short conversations with industry leaders. Join us to discuss new trends that are impacting scientific research, drug discovery and business. The series of monthly conversations with pharma, biotech and nutrition leaders from across industry and academia covers a wide range of topics from 3D bioprinti ...
 
Business leaders are striving to keep their workplaces healthy and productive, tackle issues of equity, and address unprecedented economic challenges. Succeeding in this ever-changing environment requires grit and ingenuity. Welcome to Business Better, a podcast that helps businesses navigate the new normal.
 
Each episode of the Specialty Pharmacy Podcast is meant to serve as a resource for the latest specialty pharmacy trends, tips, and strategies to help listeners grow their specialty pharmacy business - be it in pharma, health systems, independents or anything in between. Tune in for valuable content, insights and actionable strategies from our rotating panel of industry experts as they share real-world examples and wisdom you can’t hear anywhere else.
 
Articulate Storyteller | Podcaster | YouTuber | Boosts Brand Awareness | Promoting Stories & Advice From Experts I Do Weekly Interview/ Podcast Series That Dives Into Successful Lives/ Careers Of Well-Known & Established Creatives, Brand-Builders & Entrepreneurs From Various Spheres Of Cultures. Viewers/Audience Learn A Lot From Realities Behind The Big Dreams They Have Built With Motivating, Inspiring & Encouraging Words Of Advice Peppered Along The Way.
 
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Two weeks ago, Politico obtained a leaked draft of the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, the nearly 50-year-old ruling that acknowledged the constitutional right to abortion. Although this is the most egregious attack on reproductive rights, it only follows the anti-abortion momentum that has been building for years around the country…
 
In this episode, Ayesha discussed a new study that evaluated a text messaging program designed to improve medication adherence and lifestyle factors among heart attack survivors. While the program did not lead to improvements in medication adherence, it did have a positive impact on lifestyle factors like diet. Hear more about the study and the imp…
 
This is the first episode in our new series “Supply Chain Disruptions,” where we explore how supply chain issues are affecting businesses everywhere, and when the flow of goods and services may settle into a new normal. In this episode, Ben Siegrist shares his knowledge of port shipments, trucking and driver shortages, and how Congress, the Biden A…
 
Criminal Minds. Inside the Mind of a Serial Killer. Inside the Criminal Mind. Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez. Each of these is the title of a series, fictional or otherwise, or documentary that relies on the work of so-called criminal profilers. They’re all premised, more or less, on the same idea: That the ability to venture inside the…
 
In this episode, Ayesha discussed Bristol Myers Squibb’s new heart drug Camzyos (mavacamten), which has received approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of symptomatic obstructive hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM). The drug is the first to target the pathophysiology of obstructive HCM and may be Bristol Myers’ next…
 
This is episode four of the “Trauma Informed Investigations” series, where we follow a fictitious story to address the legal and human issues that arise in an organization when confronted with allegations of sexual abuse. In today’s episode, we discuss the process of conducting an internal investigation and retaining outside counsel, notification p…
 
"NFTs May Seem Like Frivolous Fads. They Should Be the Future of Music," argues Rolling Stone magazine. "How to Buy Bitcoin and Other Cryptocurrencies: A Guide for New Crypto Investors," advises TIME magazine. "'I had $10 in my bank account': This 36-year-old went from living paycheck to paycheck to making over $109,000 selling NFTs," proclaims CNB…
 
Smartphone apps constantly harvest your location data. That information is shared with advertisers, typically without your knowledge or informed consent. There are no laws in the U.S. prohibiting the sale or resale of that private data. And companies like phone-tracking firm Anomaly Six exploit that. So do government agencies. This week on Intercep…
 
In this episode, Ayesha discussed the FDA approval of Mycovia Pharmaceuticals’ Vivjoa (oteseconazole) as the first approved treatment for recurrent vulvovaginal candidiasis (RVVC) or chronic yeast infection. The drug is indicated for women who permanently lack reproductive potential or are postmenopausal. The editorial team discussed the significan…
 
Antibody-drug Conjugates: Next-Generation of Targeted Cancer Treatments Iwan Bertholjotti and Laurence Bonnafoux from Lonza give an insider look at how these promising treatments make it from development to commercialization. Chemotherapy is the first-line treatment for most types of cancer. However, one of the major challenges with this approach i…
 
In this episode, Ayesha talked about World Immunization Week, which is celebrated during the last week of April every year. The theme of this year’s World Immunization Week is “Long Life For All,” which aims to communicate the importance of vaccines for a healthy and fulfilling life by protecting yourself and your loved ones against deadly diseases…
 
"Is it a higher compliment to be called a) a person of real feeling, or b) a consistently reasonable person?" "Are you more successful at a) following a carefully worked-out plan, or b) dealing with the unexpected and seeing quickly what should have been done?" "Which word in each pair appeals to you more? a) scheduled, or b) unplanned?" Questions …
 
Murderville, Texas just ended its nine-episode season, casting significant doubt on whether a man on death row for the 1992 murder of a Houston grandmother is actually guilty. This week on Intercepted: Intercept Senior Editor Andrea Jones speaks with Jordan Smith and Liliana Segura, the reporters behind the investigative podcast, about what happene…
 
In this episode, Ayesha discussed BioNTech’s new collaboration with Matinas BioPharma to explore the company’s lipid nanocrystal (LNC) delivery technology for mRNA vaccines. LNC structures are more stable than the lipid nanoparticle technology used in the current COVID-19 mRNA vaccines. Learn about how BioNTech hopes to leverage Matinas’ LNC platfo…
 
This is episode three of the “Trauma-Informed Investigations” series. Today’s episode features a discussion on the impacts that trauma can have on the brain, with special guest Anne DePrince, a clinical psychologist and professor of psychology at the University of Denver and author of “Every 90 Seconds: Our Common Cause Ending Violence against Wome…
 
In this Citations Needed Live Interview with Luke Savage from 3/22, we discuss his upcoming collection of essays, "The Dead Center: Reflections on Liberalism and Democracy After the End of History," the abandoned hopes of the Obama era, the rise of Trumpism and the inability—or unwillingness—of Liberalism to offer a moral and more just vision for t…
 
In this episode, Xtalks is marking World Parkinson’s Day (April 11) and Parkinson’s Awareness Month, which are observed every year to help raise awareness about the disease and the individuals living with it. To learn more about new Parkinson’s disease research, Ayesha discussed a new study by researchers at Rush University Medical Center that show…
 
Piggy-backing on episode 14, Conscious Language for Real Change, this episode looks specifically at the detrimental effects of labeling people, situations, groups, and things. Labels are prevalent today. We seem to need to categorize everything and everyone. Marketing and mass media have a lot to do with that, but we as individuals can learn to bre…
 
"It is safe to say that almost no city needs to tolerate slums," wrote New York City official Robert Moses in 1945. "Our ancestors came across the ocean in sailing ships you wouldn't go across a lake in. When they arrived, there was nothing here," Ross Perot proclaimed in 1996. "We proved we can create a budding garden out of obstinate ground," bea…
 
Talks with Iran to revive the nuclear deal appear to be progressing, but in recent weeks, the United States’s designation of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, or IRGC, as a terror group has emerged as a major obstacle. The listing isn’t just about nuclear diplomacy: Countless Iranians who served in the IRGC are now labeled as terrorists — i…
 
In this episode, Ayesha shared insights she obtained from experts at NIH’s National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI) about clinical trial diversity. The panel of experts outlined some of the challenges in recruiting participants from minority and disadvantaged socioeconomic backgrounds, and talked about an NHLBI initiative based on community…
 
This episode discusses innovative solutions for fixing and transforming infrastructure. From proposals, to marketing, to efficient trucking, to building in the metaverse, even to efficient excavation spoils markets; today we will share ideas for investment and collaboration opportunities afforded by the new infrastructure law. Leading this discussi…
 
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In this episode, Ayesha discussed Pfizer’s voluntary recall of several lots of its blood pressure medication Accuretic and two generic versions of it due to higher than acceptable levels of a carcinogenic nitrosamine compound. The recall affects lots produced between November 2019 and March 2022. The editorial team discussed the increasing frequenc…
 
This is episode two of the “Trauma Informed Investigations” series, where we follow a fictitious story to address the legal and human issues that arise in an organization when confronted with allegations of sexual abuse. In today’s episode, we discuss how a person who first receives a report of sexual abuse should respond, including effective liste…
 
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This week, President Joe Biden is visiting European nations — including Poland — as the war in Ukraine rages on. This follows on the heels of Biden pledging to send $800 million worth of weapons to Ukraine, on top of an additional $13.8 billion approved by Congress. This week on Intercepted: associate editor Maia Hibbett discusses the details behin…
 
In this episode, Ayesha shed light on National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month by talking about a new colon cancer screening campaign from Exact Sciences that features a TV ad with Katie Couric. Couric, who is a long-time advocate of colon cancer screening after her husband passed away from colon cancer over 20 years ago, continues her mission to…
 
Are we a nation of increasingly sick people? Or, are we a nation being told we are sick so the Big Pharma monster will profit more from our perceived illnesses and reliance on them to "make us better"? From chronic issues that can easily be managed with lifestyle changes to "disorders" requiring meds for normal function, we have become pill-popping…
 
Today’s episode features a discussion on the growing trends in privacy litigation, particularly companies sharing and selling consumer data, plaintiffs’ liability theories, including the right of publicity, and some best business practices to consider in anticipation of privacy claims. Leading this discussion is Aliza Karetnick, a Partner in our Ph…
 
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Our inner and outer environments constantly provide feedback for our growth and wellbeing. But, we haven't all learned to listen. There are distractions and old beliefs and behavior patterns we all have that prevent us from tuning in to our Inner Navigation System that is designed to help us move through difficulty and distractions. Awareness and k…
 
In this episode, Ayesha talks about new revelations about how Johnson & Johnson funded studies in the early 1970s that involved injecting prisoners in a Pennsylvania jail, most of whom were Black, with asbestos. The company wanted to compare the effects of asbestos versus talc, one of the main ingredients in Johnson & Johnson’s baby powder, on the …
 
Process manufacturing is unique and involves specialised activities, manufactures should make use of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software that is specifically tailored for them to help them streamline their operations, assure quality, meet compliance, ensure consumers and workers’ safety, conduct R&D, and make timely deliveries.…
 
Pharmaceutical manufacturing enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution is necessary for any organization that wants to improve visibility, increase efficiency, reduce costs, and raise product quality. But, before settling on ERP software, businesses must know about the important functionalities of the software.…
 
Putting Manufacturing First: Codiak Moves Swiftly into Clinical Trials with Exosome-based Treatments Sriram Sathyanarayanan, Codiak’s CSO, and Linda Bain, their CFO, share how the company moved into clinical trials in under 6 years. Exosomes, extremely small vesicles shed by all cell types, promise to become a viable delivery system for treatments …
 
"Let the Culture Wars Begin. Again," The New York Times announces. "How the ‘Culture War’ Could Break Democracy," warns Politico. "As The Culture Wars Shift, President Trump Struggles To Adapt," NPR tells us. "Will Democrats Go on the Offensive in the Culture Wars?" Vanity Fair wonders. Over and over, we’re reminded that so-called culture wars are …
 
U.S.-trained officers have led seven coups and coup attempts in Africa over the last year and a half. This week on Intercepted: Investigative reporter Nick Turse details the U.S. involvement on the African continent. U.S.-trained officers have attempted coups in five West African countries alone: three times in Burkina Faso, three times in Mali, an…
 
In this episode, Ayesha spoke about some of the top women leaders in life science industries in celebration of International Women’s Day. While women remain underrepresented in STEM and life science industries, there are more women in leadership positions at pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device companies than ever before. Studies also s…
 
This is episode one of the “Trauma Informed Investigations” series, where we follow a fictitious story to address the legal and human issues that arise in an organization when confronted with allegations of sexual abuse. Today’s episode focuses on identifying red flags, and following your instincts. Leading the discussion is Jill Steinberg, a Partn…
 
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