The Pituitary World News Podcast
S7E17: The acromegaly podcast

S7E17: The acromegaly podcast

October 29, 2021

November 1 is Acromegaly Day. In this Podcast, Dr. Blevins gives us a perspective of the last 30 years on the developments in this field. Like many other conditions, the advances in therapy, imaging, surgery techniques, diagnostic testing, and clinical knowledge have been nothing short of remarkable. The future looks bright with many initiatives and research on new drugs and therapies, but there is still much work to do.  

S7E16: The ride for acromegaly: 1,200 miles down; 680 miles to go.

S7E16: The ride for acromegaly: 1,200 miles down; 680 miles to go.

October 17, 2021

Last week we caught up with Risa in San Francisco, California. She was nearing 1,200 miles (1,931 kilometers) on her bicycle ride from Canada to Mexico to focus awareness of acromegaly and pituitary disease. We chatted at a cafe not far from the Golden Gate bridge about her experience and what it is like to undertake an effort like this one while managing a challenging disease like acromegaly. Not surprisingly the Fleet Week event in San Francisco created a few distractions as we were recording the podcast. When you hear it, you'll know why. Check out the ride's progress here, and on the Risa Unleashed page.

S7E15: The postoperative evaluation and management of patients with hypercortisolism.

S7E15: The postoperative evaluation and management of patients with hypercortisolism.

October 12, 2021

Dr. Lewis Blevins' discussion on the postoperative evaluation and management of patients with hypercortisolism is technical and directed to physicians, but we encourage everyone to listen to it. 

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