Hey everyone! This is kind of a special video – as it is the first time I have “asked for something back”. I explain in the video that the time has come to raise direct support, as otherwise I may have to drift back towards corporate work. I am hoping to avoid that, and instead
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Big thanks to Dr. Mariela Glandt and the guys from METABOLIX2019 for recording this one in Israel! The talk was designed to share with non-experts and non-enthusiasts, so send it to your family and friends, who can’t figure this one out 🙂 So timely to release it now, just after the recent landmark paper published
The Q&A Session following my Castleknock talk – very engaged, and lots to learn! Big shout out and thanks to retired medical doctor Kathleen Barry and her team – for organizing this great event in the Castleknock Community Centre, Dublin. My talk was aimed squarely at the layperson, and covers heart disease Early Detection, Prevention…and
Big shout out and thanks to retired medical doctor Kathleen Barry and her team – for organizing this great event in the Castleknock Community Centre, Dublin. They paid for 1000’s of flyers to distribute in the local community, and the result was a packed house. My talk was aimed squarely at the layperson, and covers
Episode 55: Short and punchy conversation today with the super-smart Christian Assad MD. He’s a hard-hitting Cardiologist who gets to the core of the matter. And he doesn’t take any prisoners when debating on Twitter – rightly so! ( @ChristianAssad – https://twitter.com/ChristianAssad ) Hopefully you’ll enjoy this conversation as much as I did – and
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