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"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:51 min | 4 months ago

"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Carbon neutrality, equity and access. Doing things like removing turning lanes and parking, adding two way separated bikeways and the like. The changes will be in place through November. 10th. Tom Jordan W W. J News Radio 9 50 in Detroit woman is dead following a hit and run crash in the city's West side, police say it happened around 7 30 last night when she was walking across the street near Greenfield and Joy. Authorities say she was struck by a great pickup truck and the driver did not stop. The six year old rushed to the hospital, where she was pronounced dead. Anyone with information is asked to call Detroit police or Crimestoppers anonymously. Add 100 speak up. A shooting at a House party in Detroit leaves one man dead police and happened around 2 30 this morning in the area of East worn an auto bond. That's where they say the 34 year old man was attending a House party when someone allegedly fired shots. He then called a friend to pick him up. And as they were leaving the home, multiple shots were fired their vehicle. The man was taken to the hospital where he did die. Police do not have any suspect at the moment and investigation continues. If you have information, you have to call the police again, or Crimestoppers anonymously to 100 Speak up. Judge is ordering the University of Michigan to inform alumni about a class action lawsuit against the school over sexual abuse by a longtime campus doctor. Here's WW Jay's Jason Scott Detroit Federal Judge Victoria Roberts is intervening after lawyers argued the university shouldn't be communicating with people who could become plaintiffs in the case. The Anne Arbor School had already sent letters out to more than 300,000 former students seeking information that could help an investigation being conducted by the WilmerHale law firm. Dr. Robert Anderson worked at Michigan from the mid 19 sixties through 2003 the university believes he assaulted athletes, especially males during routine physicals and injury exams. Anderson died in 2008..

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"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:54 min | 4 months ago

"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Mackinaw Island. More grand hotel dot com in the W W 24 hour traffic center. I'm Katie Wwj. NewsRadio 9 50 now the accurate The forecast from AccuWeather meteorologist John Feerick. Mostly clear tonight the Low 63 pretty comfortable night for late July, then partly sunny tomorrow Nice with low humidity high 82 Partly cloudy tomorrow night below 64 than Saturday. Sunshine. It's my clouds High 82. A few showers at a thunderstorm Moving on Sunday. This is active weather meteorologist John Fear, a kind of beautiful, TJ. He's radio 9 50 82 degrees in his 820.81 right now in Troy. We have 82 Lavonia Partly sunny skies and wine dots. 81 degrees Live and local news radio. 9 50 W. W. J. Good Afternoon. I'm Jackie Page and I'm Jason Scott our top stories at 4 20 forward releasing its second quarter earnings this hour, revealing that it lost around $2 billion. It's sort of what Somewhere estimating. Could've been five billion. Oughta be. Reporter Jeff Gilbert will have more coming up just after 4 30 President Trump today at the American Red Cross headquarters with an appeal to the American people who have recovered from covert 19. Donate your plasma. As a result of these initiatives we've already treated nearly 50,000 patients with plasma. Roughly two million Americans have fully recovered from the virus, latest on the pandemic after the bottom of the hour. Sexual abuse lawsuit filed today against the University of Michigan on behalf of 53 survivors alleges that legendary football coach both sham Bechler was aware that Dr Robert Anderson was a sexual predator, one of the victims who were calling John Doe 17 says. It was time for the university to face consequences. If the university this Mert there, look at this and say, What is it going to take to really make this go away? Let's not have another Michigan.

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1st female alleges sexual abuse by University of Michigan doctor

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:24 sec | 4 months ago

1st female alleges sexual abuse by University of Michigan doctor

"She was sexually abused by a team doctor at the University of Michigan says he hopes to inspire other women and men to come forward. Kathy Kela Harp plays played tennis for the Wolverines in the seventies, She and hundreds of Michigan grads alleged Dr Robert Anderson molested them. Anderson died in 20 0 wait Lahar, says a school counselor. Just Mr Complaint about the assault as a sexual fantasy. Lots of people to thank for the

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University of Michigan won't change investigation into abuse

Hugh Hewitt

01:02 min | 9 months ago

University of Michigan won't change investigation into abuse

"From the town hall dot com newsroom there will not be an investigation into how the university of Michigan handled sexual assault complaints against a league sports doctor without the school's full cooperation that's the word from Attorney General Dana Nessel who says her office has learned from problems with the investigation of Michigan State University with the Larry Nassar Larry Nassar sex abuse scandal in Ann Arbor Dr Robert Anderson allegedly sexually assaulted student athletes and others from the late nineteen sixties into the early two thousands at least ten students in Eastern Michigan University are now self quarantine after coming back from a trip to Italy WXYZ TV reports two of the students were tested for corona virus after showing symptoms but the tests were negative Michigan's Democrats are casting their support for presidential hopefuls and so far Joe Biden is the favorite governor Gretchen Whitmer and congresswoman Elissa Slotkin Haley Stevens and Brenda Lawrence are all endorsing the former vice president Michigan's presidential primary is Tuesday we have the traffic and weather four

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University of Michigan says school hotline has received more than 100 unique complaints of sex abuse by late doctor

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 9 months ago

University of Michigan says school hotline has received more than 100 unique complaints of sex abuse by late doctor

"Over one hundred complaints now the university of Michigan says that's how many tips that they've received on that hotline accusing a former university doctor of sexual assaults newsradio nine fifties at Clark he has the latest university spokesperson Rick fitzgerald said in a statement quote it's truly important for the investigators to hear the voices of survivors for the investigators to understand the full scope of harm and its root causes and quote this comes after Ted deluca a former Michigan student athlete claims he was sexually abused multiple times by the late Dr Robert Anderson the Lucas says he complained back in the nineteen seventies while he was a student and again just a couple of years ago both times he says the university not only ignored him but went out of their way to humiliate him he says he was kicked off the wrestling team and his scholarship was taken away after making the complaint

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University of Michigan officials told of abuse decades ago

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:17 sec | 10 months ago

University of Michigan officials told of abuse decades ago

"Documents obtained yesterday by the Associated Press show university Michigan officials were warned more than four decades ago one of its doctors was funneling patients what the record show that Dr Robert Anderson continued working there despite emotion that you want the name to allegedly abuse

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University of Michigan investigates deceased doctor over 'sexual predator' claims

Mark Blazor

01:10 min | 10 months ago

University of Michigan investigates deceased doctor over 'sexual predator' claims

"University of Michigan investigating allegations though at this point they're allegations of sexual misconduct by a former team doctor again stop me if you've heard this one who died in twenty oh eight so he's he's already deceased the the team doctor and a former player is claiming Dr Robert Anderson sexually abused him during medical exams and this is in the nineteen seventies when this happened according to the former player a lot more explainers describes similar misconduct though and they have been interviewed by you know detectives in there from the seventies into the nineteen nineties so that it goes all the way from the nineteen seventies to the nineteen nineties and now all of you know the school saying Hey look there any other victims please come for with your stories the other part of this was you know we were just talking for went on the air and you go did he commit suicide as well and it does not say it just says he died okay in two thousand eight this is doctor Anderson but he was the the team doctor for Michigan football team from nineteen sixty eight until we when he retired in two thousand

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University of Michigan investigates doctor sex abuse claims

Frank Beckmann

00:43 sec | 10 months ago

University of Michigan investigates doctor sex abuse claims

"University of Michigan and Washtenaw county prosecutors are investigating allegations of sexual abuse leveled against a former director of university health services doctor Robert E. Anderson Dr Robert Anderson a long time position of you'll them he was a top team doctor for the football team's doctor Robert E. Anderson who died in twenty oh eight there are complaints about sexual abuse and unwanted physical exams the university of knowledge is it began investigating and twenty eighteen a previous case in a specific lawsuit was dismissed in the nineteen nineties Anderson had a sterling reputation on the campus and the non Arbor for helping set up health programs for the poor and within the university health

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John Wall of Washington Wizards ruptures Achilles tendon, to miss approximately 12 months

Dale & Keefe

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

John Wall of Washington Wizards ruptures Achilles tendon, to miss approximately 12 months

"So the Washington Wizards of just announced that John wall has ruptured his achilles his left achilles. Tendon, he will undergo surgery. In Green Bay, Wisconsin. By Dr Robert Anderson. He's expected to be ready to go full basketball activities in approximately twelve months. Jeez. He ruptured his achilles. When he slipped fell at his home. He was also dealing with an infection from the original surgery. He was sitting out for so he is gone for all of this year in the majority of next season for the Washington

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"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Get Up!

"Bruise us with Dr Robert Anderson in Carolina yesterday getting an examination, I don't expect will be out there that's a break for Josh Allen. I want to ask you some green kind of Luda too, but what about how they botched this entire situation to me like you allow tyrod Taylor to walk you trae AJ McCarron you put Peterman back out during game, but hold on. If Josh Allen is the quarterback that they believe he is. Did they boxed the situation? Yeah, they put them in down forty points. Well, again, they lost the game. Okay. They botched week one Peterman botched week. One now to author wos Angeles, and they see Josh Allen can save Grayson. Make everything look a lot better than it looked in week one. Hopefully it doesn't stunt his development. Let's get to Aaron Rodgers. What is the situation with rod, the breaking news yesterday, right? Mike, Zimmer reported that Aaron Rodgers walks on here. So when you walk on water, you get to do what you want in this particular game. Now era Rogers. Mm, self admitted yesterday that he has a sprained knee and Jalen. Well, you've got a spring, you've gotta tear and we've got tear and you're considering going back out that tells you these spring MC l. which is what most doctors have thought all along anyway. So if he's able to play on Sunday and I can tell you that there's some concern about it right now. He will be stationary. He will not be running around the way eras usually does to make place now on Sunday night in the second half against Chicago. He stood there in the pocket, not running around and basically beat the bears with one leg compromised. So again, injury like this may work these advantage because if forces him to stay there and rely on his great rowing talent and he's not what you wanna hear, Jen. I'm just telling you what he's good at it, but he can't defend himself. And that's the thing that would make me concern. This is the team that knocked him out last year. The Vikings are the defenses, ferocious, the Russia's for oceans. It's week two. I'm gonna tell you right now. Shefty if he can't run around like Aaron Rodgers, he can't defend himself. He then I don't put him on the..

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"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

1:37:59 hr | 2 years ago

"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"So i think the down the down the line that's going to probably start to become something that's more and more useful so you're not throwing away the egg you're just yeah well these are for diseases i maybe it's going to be applicable to chromosomes i don't know genes or gene is a very small piece of genetic material within a chromosome chromosome huge pieces of material that are made of lots and lots of genes sure so if you have somebody who has a mutated gene and it causes a certain disease with this crisper technique can take that out actually cut it out and replace it with an what's supposed to be there can so you prevent the disease so anyway that's that's the most exciting it's amazing for like last question for me for people so just back to the pregnancy thing and like having more difficult to get pregnant as you get older is that because you have less eggs is that white people say because less eggs and because mo more and more of a measure get older and not normal so for instance forty five that's a cutoff we've never had a pregnancy in forty five year old older and we've never found a normal embryo in a forty five year old or older they tried oh yeah they're they come in i tell them that and they say i'm going to be the first one so let's do this tim okay i mean if you really want to buy never had one in thirty years we're probably not going to have one now you know so and it doesn't just happen on their forty fifth birthday if you look at that graph i showed you you know at forty three and forty four only five percent of their eggs or normal.

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"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"No yeah but you know the right to life people probably don't like the fact that we you know we don't use embryos that are normal what is your what is like your the you on that like the fact that that is an emotion not normal is not normal i no i think it's a better option than finding out the pregnancies not normal at boarding it later that's sure if you don't ever put it in then you don't have to make those decisions so for a lot of people that's a better alternative they don't have a problem just not putting in down syndrome in embryo but if they had a baby and they found out you know a ten weeks we have a blood test now you can do to diagnoses things that you had a pregnancy with down syndrome and then you've got a decision to make for some people's not a problem but for others it is so at least we can kind of void that and most people that would have trouble terminating a pregnancy that was abnormal don't have trouble knocked transferring back abnormally embryo right so interesting science man as their anything any like up and coming procedures technology that you're excited about or is like yeah yeah there is there's one thing called crisper right now where we can actually turn a embryo that has a genetic mutation into a normal embryo there's something you can put in like when we inject the sperm and there's a stuff we can put in that will take the mutated gene out and replace it with a normal i mean it's really cool.

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"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"No but what you can do there's hundreds of diseases now that we know have a genetic basis so things like cystic fibrosis haemophilia certain types of muscular dystrophy tastes ax you know things like that and so turns out that we can do blood tests to see if you're a carrier for any of those diseases there's hundreds of them so we actually it's called carrier screening so we do this routinely now so when a woman comes in a couple of comes in we usually test one of them they both have to be carriers for the kid to get the disease if only one of them has it then the kids just to carrier in that same as them so we'll test one of them and if they're carry for anything then we test the other one in if they both have it we can screen the embryos for that disease so there's a lot of that's the other part we do i talked about chromosomes screening mostly but we also have disease screening so there's certain diseases like breast cancer for instance weaken diagnosed and i've done this the embryos that are going to have the brakha gene so you know you can eliminate the risk of breast cancer in that family for somebody who has wow do you is are there any groups that are like against what you do the catholic church i guess they like pick it outside work and you flip them off you know it's so picketers it's you know it's it's not like we're you know performing abortion.

"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

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"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"Title is a pc of tangent but that's i needed to talk to talk about that because i really honestly now i'm like when i see people to sometime you know i i've had actually a couple writers asked me like they're dealing with a lot of like acne talking they'll never say never say facial hair but you can see stuff and and i won't ever like diagnose ever but i'm always like like check like pcs thing this is a thing maybe you should be looking into that because they're more worried they're like oh well i'm sweating so much like that's why i know people always go to the topical go to talking to someone today and they're like i'm like breaking out all blonde it's like so i stopped using all my products i'm like the last thing yeah it's really it's internal insure digestion it sure like stress levels at your hormones you so much of that more so than like what you're putting on your face i think we interrupt this episode to bring you a word from our sponsor bio clarity if you guys follow me on instagram you know talking about it probably too much i love bio clarity i believe in this system it has changed my skin and you know what i realized using bio clarity is that like my skin in order to be glowing in clear needs a skin regimen something that's consistent a routine and bio clarity is giving me that so now bio kurdi offers to skincare retains the first is the clear skin routine so that's the cleanse the treat and the restore it's clinically proven to fight active suits skin reduced pore size minimize readiness and even out your skin tone which is done for me across the board and what's great is that it doesn't leave my skin flaky at red irritated like so many other acne treatments that i've used in years past and honestly i see results with.

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"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"So there's definitely a relationship between body mass in and normal osceola literary function trusting so peo s's polycystic ovarian syndrome and what is it again exactly like well it's a syndrome where you you don't ovulate ever so women who have that have to have an oscillation as part of it okay they have to have some evidence that they have too much androgen the male hormones so either testosterone or dhea sulfate which made in the adrenal glands and or they have excess body hair so those are the two kind of major things this business of what the ovaries look like on alter sound where they have this characteristic appearance that's not part of the diagnostic criteria so i see a lot of people who are told they have pcs because they have a lot of follicles in their ovaries and they really don't they're oscillating normally they they don't have it and says anything with acne to like a celestica's that's because of of the yeah so there's normally a balanced between androgen that male hormones estrogen the female hormones in men and women both and women the estrogen is supposed to predominate while people who have p c o s the androgen predominate so that's why they have acne and excess hair growth and sometimes her voice gets deeper and all that stuff and why they don't feel good you know estrogens the feel good hormone so menopausal women when they don't make estrogen anymore that's why they have all the symptoms that that you're they're famous for you know because they feel terrible that's why people get pms when their estrogen level goes down right before the periods starts that's when they feel the worst and then when it starts going back up then they feel good again.

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"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"Well that's because that's when the p progesterone right that's when the should be measure it four times throughout a day or that's that's fine so but what you're really doing is some people don't ovulate so they don't make any progesterone you know they're just making estrogen all the time no progesterone well that's not good so what they're really trying to do is reestablish inaugural tori pattern you know it's not balancing the hormones it's just getting your hormonal environment back to the way it's supposed to be if you're ib lighting up when you're on birth control pills you don't ovulate so you're giving a little estrogen and little progestin something like progesterone every single day of the cycle sometimes they have these tricyclic ones where they give a little bit and they changed the ratio in the middle and then it goes back down at the end but basically it's preventing ovulation so your body isn't making estrogen or progesterone on its own so that kind of shuts everything down but you're getting artificial estrogen and artificial progesterone like stuff that's so crazy all the way through and then when you stop it you have a period so it's there's nothing nor normal physiologic about that crazy it was like i was begging my sister yesterday to get control but the things that works really well if you're trying to use it as a contraceptive because you're other things now that you can earn jets true but you know that's that's what we've had for a long time to but so i was thinking hormone thing is i think they want to make sure that we're balanced in the relationship between estrogen progesterone and then cortisol and then dhea you know what i mean making sure that your levels are licking balance right so that your ivy lighting on time you're feeling like yourself your emotions are under control and like your weight is under control because when it's out of balance you are too right i mean the the bottom line is if you're not ovulating normally like women with us you guys talked about those women s go recent and is it genetic maybe we don't really know what causes it one of the things that can cause it is being really.

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"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"Wow it's like disney they have a lot of they have good for tilly benefits is a lot of lot of employees so you know for most people it's it's expensive you know and and some of them can't afford it so they they go the adoption route or they've tried it you know back in the old days when it didn't work that well after a few tries through out of money and it didn't work then that's kind of the direction they went so the freezing of the xs ten thousand and then is there when you implant hagan the embryo that's another fee yeah because they've got a thumb out for lies zone okay genetically test them rephrase them and then go through the whole process of getting the uterus ready so wow that's probably another ten wow that's down the line yeah sure sure how much is a surrogate those are really expensive around that this surrogates well you gotta do the ivf part so it's like twenty surrogates get paid about thirty okay and then the attorneys in the agencies that do all the stuff with them like another thirty oh shut up it gets close to a hundred thousand key imagine what kim k paid mill lap of luxury yeah i the whole like there's issues with circuit organization sometimes crack well there there have been in the past i mean they're they're pretty good these days and you know the the attorneys are really good the ones that have done this a lot you know first of all in certain states if somebody has a surrogate deliver a baby you have to stop the baby after they deliver it because the surrogates named goes on the birth certificate in california we don't have that california as long as the attorney file certain documents we have to you know sign all these things saying what we did in as long as they do that then the intended parents name it goes on the birth certificate so they don't have to stop the baby afterwards so in california's really good that's why we have a lot of people coming here to do surrogacy because in other states they don't have that.

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"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"Like a month later we thought amount to fertilize them to see and there is some women even young ones where their eggs just didn't freeze thaw well i mean they were just terrible and others where they were like perfect and the problem is you don't know that in advance so i hear all these egg freezing seminars they have these you know meetings were the doctoral have drinks with them in a restaurant or something and they it's like a party and they talked back you know they call them egg freezing parties and and i think it's well they do it they done it around here i i know there are party exactly they're trying to get people to freeze their marketing tool but i think a lot of times they just talk about it like it's a perfect thing like you know this is definitely going to hedge against any you know delayed for tilleke and for a lot of people that's very true but there's going to be some people were it isn't the case we've certainly thoughts amount in this happened like couple of months ago where we thought out this woman's eggs she pros like eleven and they're all terrible none of them made it out to the point we could do the genetic testing they'll stop developing probably weren't normal or the freezing damaged him somehow right and other times you do it and it's it's perfect you know but the problem is there's just that unknown so we tell them that up front and i'm not going to promise to everybody this is a guarantee because it's not chickeny theories as to why p one person's eggs would be better than others you know it's probably got more to do with the freezing process it's a stress you know anytime you do that kind of thing that's not a natural type of thing so some of them just tolerate it better and why it is we don't really know.

"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"Oh man this is a lot of ex yeah well we have we had we had one that day that had a lot of thirty or something she went and thirty eggs and pulled him out but ten minutes sorry you went in thirty eggs pulled out embryos no ex ex razor furloughs so we just take the eggs out okay and so then what happens is then we're deciding if we're freezing them or if we're going to use them to try to get them pregnant right away so if we're freezing them they take them up to the lab and a couple of hours later they freeze them it's a process that is kind of newish we we started doing it this way about ten years ago it was called vitrification and basically you're going form from room temperature right into liquid nitrogen like they plunge it in there they have to take the water out of the eggs as best you can't first and then you just put him in liquid nitrogen newish like minus three hundred degrees centigrade something like that before ten years ago and the reason why you didn't hear a lot about egg freezing before about ten years ago is the procedure we had for that was terrible for eggs it just didn't work well so most of the time when he went to farm out they weren't alive with that old method and that's because eggs have a lot of water in them the old method they would form ice crystals when we were trying to freeze them in those ice crystals with damage part of the egg you need for fertilization so even if they did survive the fertilization rate was really low so i mean all the we could do it it didn't really work very well this one works way better so you know we don't have to worry about ice crystals we can fertilize three quarters of them you know ninety percent of them are better survive freezing and falling so it's just like been a game changer.

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"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"I mean it's it's unbelievable the fertility rate and china's actually dropping because of that yeah so they're choosing for girls more of daily billionaires there's so many you know there's a billion people in china so there are so many people that have so much money they love coming here because we've got this south coast plaza in newport areas insane with all luxury stores all those luxury stores the items are twenty five percent cheaper than they are in china so they come in just go wild and they come decked out baby and they get some a lot of stuff wow that's incredible so when did this like start to boom like yeah for your business but like what has been happening over the last thirty forty years in terms of like for tilleke women's hormone health like why has your business has it always been booming what's what's been the object well i think it was always kind of busy from when i started doing it because women were delaying childbearing even then even thirty years ago but what's changed in the last thirty years is the technology so we're doing kind of the same types of treatment you know we did in vitro fertilization thirty years ago but the way we did it then was totally different from what we do now so now it's all about genetically screening the embryos which is the reason that most ivf's didn't work back then in in those days we had nothing you know we put mba's in just based on the way they looked we didn't have the ability to grow more than a couple of days now we grow out to seven days freezing of embryos wasn't very good i mean the whole technology was totally different and so when i started success rates were like ten to fifteen percent try and now we put a normal embryo in it's like seventy five eighty percent wow so all of ads just because of the technology screening of embryos is better so now you you're more confident that the embryo will take.

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"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"Yeah there's a little too much yeah yeah snapping yeah we're so happier here and i'm so glad actually that it was delayed because well one i've gotten to know you better just when you do a lot better and i got to come in observe you for at least i was only there for three and a half four hours bow wile like seven surgeries saw probably twenty patients like it was crazy right along while you were lucky because we have stuff schedule it's not the same every day and even got to see things in the laboratories you saw somebody biopsy an embryo embryo transfer egg retrievals all the monitoring she saw everything yeah tell her audience is ready to work yeah i'm ready to work ends up shit higher scrubs white code and i actually felt very important wow i i don't i ski mesh or skittish obscure i don't really are we going to be okay in the or is sometimes they'd take people in the or and they you know first time they see blood or a big needle they just lose it but you were good yeah crazy we'll get into but tell our audience who you are what you do so i am a what's called a reproductive endocrinologist and mostly what we do is infertility treatment but we do some you know hormone reproductive hormone treatment to i'm based in newport beach r centers called the southern california center for reproductive medicine we founded at twenty five years ago.

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"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

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"dr robert anderson" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

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