Pre-Med Talk

First, we discuss the air quality in Los Angeles and why professional athletes (not in the NBA bubble) don’t want to play. Then, around the 14 minute mark, Dr. Cohen answers questions that people want to know before applying to med school. And, we end with what we are watching, we’ve got some entertainment recommendations!

Listen to this all new episode of Gross Anatomy Podcast on SoundCloud:
https://soundcloud.com/user-753799488/pre-med-talk

Plasma Therapy

New Episode Alert! In this short pod, we talk about how and why plasma therapy is being used on some coronavirus patients, and we discuss how that’s different than platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy — which is used for many other things like hair growth and joint pain.

We also give our thoughts on the reboot and recasting of the Chevy Chase classic… Fletch.

Check it out now on SoundCloud or however you listen to Gross Anatomy Podcast.

The Weekend Edition

Check out our Weekend Edition episode of Gross Anatomy Podcast, where we discuss the news of Chadwick Boseman’s tragic death from colon cancer, and Dr. Cohen answers questions about colorectal cancer screenings, stages of cancer and treatment options.

Plus, we discuss the latest shows to be renewed then axed by Netflix… if you haven’t already, subscribe to Gross Anatomy Podcast to automatically receive new episodes.

Dr. 90210 Joins the Show!

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Doctor Robert Rey joins us on an ALL NEW EPISODE of the show and tells us about his amazing journey — a journey that led him to become one of the most recognizable and in-demand plastic surgeons! Born in Brazil where he lived his childhood years in a hut with no running water and barely any food, he was eventually adopted by a Mormon family and relocated to Utah. From there, he worked his way into Harvard, got his MD, then made the move to Beverly Hills. Now, most people know him as ‘Dr. 90210’ which is the title of the hit reality show he starred in and created.

Gross Anatomy Podcast · Dr. 90210 Joins the Show!

The Best in Medical TV

Best in Medical TV_Gross Anatomy PodcastWhat’s your favorite medical tv show? That’s the question we asked listeners and they responded with a variety of shows that we discuss in this episode.

Plus, we get into a few of our PPP’s (personal pet peeves) like face mask littering.

Stream the new episode now on our website or by subscribing to Gross Anatomy Podcast.

Brett Ratner Joins the Show!

Brett Ratner Joins Gross Anatomy Podcast
Director and Producer Brett Ratner joins the show! Brett and Dr. Cohen discuss medical ailments, caring for elderly patients and how to be the best advocate when caring for a family member. Then, (41 minute mark) Brett gives some of the best career advice by sharing the four principles that helped him become a successful director.

Gross Anatomy Podcast · Brett Ratner Joins Gross Anatomy Podcast

Kelly Preston & Breast Cancer Questions

Breast Cancer ScreeningActress Kelly Preston’s death from breast cancer is a reminder of how many women continue to battle this common cancer. As an oncologist, Dr. Cohen answers some questions about breast cancer and explains the importance of BRCA gene testing.

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Noah Craft, PhD MD joins the show!

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Our guest today is a research scientist and dermatologist (PhD and MD double doc) Dr. Noah Craft! Dr. Craft explains how studying parasitic diseases like Leishmaniasis led to a career as a dermatologist. He also explains why being a scientific researcher is like being an explorer and what it’s like to work on vaccines. Plus, he answers all of our microbiome questions!

Dr. Craft also discusses the studies being done on psychedelic drugs — like MDMA as a treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder and his thoughts on the use of psychedelics.

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