Januray News

In an all new episode of Gross Anatomy Podcast, we talk January News which includes the hospitalization of the Brazilian President, Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes guilty verdict, the beloved Betty White and much more! Then, Dr. Cohen gets into Gross Anatomy and talks about his latest obstruction case.

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HOPES FOR 2022

We discuss some of our goals and hopes for 2022, like writing a book on mentorship and the TV shows of the new year that we hope don’t disappoint us. Plus, Dr. Cohen gives a brief and sentimental review of West Side Story.

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TIME Magazine’s People of 2021

In our last episode of the year, we discuss TIME magazine’s person of the year, heroes of the year and entertainer of the year. TIME Heroes of 2021 include: Kizzmekia Corbett, Barney Graham, Katalin Kariko and Drew Weissman for exposing the inner workings of how viruses survive and thrive which helped make the COVID-19 vaccines possible.

Plus, we get into who we think should be considered for Entertainer of the Year and the use of prosthetics in HBO’s White Lotus.

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Nicci Levy of Alchemy 43

Nicci Levy, founder and CEO of Alchemy 43 joins the show! We ask Nicci how she went from working at a makeup counter to creating her own aesthetics bar that specializes in microtreatments. Nicci explains how she wrote a plan, attracted investors and was able to start a business that now has multiple locations in LA and NYC.

Then, (28 minute mark) Nicci opens up about fertility and why women should consider freezing their eggs. She also tells us how becoming a mom made her rethink how hard she works and why striking that balance makes her a better CEO.

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Do Surgeons Get a Holiday?

When do surgeons get a holiday? We discuss what it means to be on-call and to be on back-up call and how to negotiate your holiday time as an MD. Then, (4 minute mark) we get into some gross anatomy and talk about a rectal foreign body removal that had to be performed on Thanksgiving day. And, Dr. Cohen gives some final thoughts on Movember and explains why hernias can be deadly.

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Maternal-Fetal Medicine

Dr. Steve Rad — a double board certified Obstetrician Gynecologist with sub-specialty training in Maternal-Fetal Medicine / Perinatology — joins the show! We talk with Dr. Rad about detailed ultrasounds, how fetal surgery is performed and why he fell in love with obstetrics. He also tells us what it was like watching his wife go through her own high-risk pregnancy while carrying twins and how that opened his eyes and made him a better doctor.

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Serial Killers MD

In our latest episode, we talk about five serial killers (one who is still alive!) that were also Doctors of Medicine. One of the doctors on this list is also featured in the bestselling book The Devil in the White City — which Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese are developing into a TV series. Other doctors on this list are accused of committing even more murders and stealing from their patients/victims.

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Dopesick

In an all new Gross Anatomy Podcast episode, we discuss some celebrities that have been in the news for health issues – like Bill Clinton and Celine Dion.

Then, (10:30 minute mark) we review the Hulu series “Dopesick” starring Michael Keaton and Kaitlyn Dever that details the Sackler family and how Purdue Pharma marketed OxyContin to doctors. The TV series is based on the book by journalist Beth Macy titled: “Dopesick: Dealers, Doctors, and the Drug Company That Addicted America”. Dr. Cohen discusses the reality of medical sales reps today and how doctors now prescribe less because of the opioid epidemic. 

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