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"pie studies" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

04:03 min | 4 months ago

"pie studies" Discussed on Movin 92.5

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"pie studies" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

04:19 min | 6 months ago

"pie studies" Discussed on Movin 92.5

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"pie studies" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

05:18 min | 7 months ago

"pie studies" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Huh? I had a chip on my show. They had to let it go. Because Unforgiveness keeps them in control. I came in with good intentions. Then I let it go. And now I really wanna notify. What if Tripp What if what? If, by four thin in my last me now, But what if What if what if that just Right? Moving. Maybe 2.5 of Seattle's number one hit music Station of my favorite songs on one station. Yeah. Found cigarettes. No family coat. You know you don't even smoke. I was easing your access called. Yeah, I tell you. No, no, You've been like this so conspicuous if you flip it on me so much if you're moving different when we make it Babies don't always going out. Just a minute. Keeps switching your other pies. Study room in your bag. You can look me up. Fuck if you've been bad, too so conspicuous, Mississippi Don't you see a feature much? Remove any different weather making love baby timing me? Shall know it. No, you're gonna get his way. Children acting so conspicuous, live it on his hair. Moving different men itself, Charlie No, no, no, Wait. Gotta making me wait. Don't give up. Wait. Maybe moving, 82 boy. Fine. Brookings, Jeffrey in the morning number one for fine. Don't tell my girlfriend but I am a secret crush on Brooke. I did a full one crazy thinking about boy O is a big change me. Hey,.

"pie studies" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"pie studies" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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"pie studies" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"pie studies" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"It's going be gonna say during this. He comes in. He goes literally have you ever heard me in the morning being like gangs, now, now, never, never. Where is he like I don't see one straight pew. Like, john. Anywhere. Where, you know, I keep my very neat just like, you know, like that John comes in for Saxon leads. Is it Bethany? Doesn't do that for every guy pet things like all right. Is three thirty in the morning and you have to leave right now and here is my goes Butler to send you out. She was with her husband for like five minutes. And hey listen, I'm with you. I'm the exact same way. I'm like, thank you so much for your service. Here's roller by get out. And then you're into goes, you know what I'm basically doing Tinsley, but I'm doing it. But dry-cleaning okay. I lowered my standards, I've just I've just sleeping with them. It's right cleaning, okay? I got used to it. I drank lead, my thongs, which is so terrifying. Cod. I feel so bad for dry cleaners when people do sit like that. Like, I'm going to dry clean my thongs or just like. Thanks. So Beth things like, you know. Yeah, let's talk about this weekend. I mean that was a lot. I mean I was exhausted. But you know what I'm like I wasn't emotional release. Yeah. I don't want a lot of negativity with the man. You know. Yeah. Like she's been texting me about, you know, Barbara said like she's going crazy like because she thinks I might be mad at area. You know, you know, she is enduring though, I don't because I said, when fucking thing in Cartagena and she won't speak to me for ten months, and then look at you kissing your but after you destroyed or at dinner. I know. But the thing is the difference, is that with the Rinta in Cartagena like everything was fine to render was like lands. Biggest like was there like buddies Buddy's, buddies and the wind, I still I still say this was pre lamb becoming the asshole. She was the season. She basically was like Louis-based basic Derain, distorting goes into was turning and then during like, oh, yeah. Well, you have a fucking Moshe, she just went boom released Bethany is like, you know, like there was like there was like grief behind, and there. And, and I'm sure maybe even luanne on some level understood. It just it was it was it was a different context as just not quite the same. And that's kind of what Bethany was even trying to politely say in her own way. Like you know, you gotta look at the whole world. Okay. You know, it's like it's like a catch. You can't look at things in a vacuum. Okay. Although, like I do need the vacuum. All right. Any vacuum? Hey, what's, what's gonna have action? You. You gotta look at the whole pie study. She's like, you know, you gotta look at our relationships of the years, Liu and has been a monster. And we for years, okay? She's just been a Mostra to you for a little while. Like she's been a monster to meet forever. The real truth here is luanne is more scared of Bethany because. Yeah, it best. Guess what happens to you? You get fired K rice and off to the farm. Everybody says he ran away. But meanwhile you're being put down with my first dog robo. Okay. Also you. Yeah. I also think that luanne felt like she truly have not I, I don't want to upper hand, but I think the win felt like with during the thing like oh, that was like out of left field. And like she should apologize to me. And we're the best thing. I'm sure she was like not like this is out of left field, but, oh, shit less. You probably saw it as I know. I did nothing wrong. But I see that Bethany is spiralling. And I don't want this like miscommunication, like she probably does matter. It's not my job on also she. She also took what Beth she only? Here's what she wants to hear. Right. So when Beth needs like you're an asshole. But, you know, I'm really upset about tennis. She's like, oh, well, who's all about her being upset about tennis. And how could you take it out on me? Which is what it into, you know, she hears nothing..

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"pie studies" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

13:44 min | 2 years ago

"pie studies" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

"Is an audacious claim. But I no longer it's crazy and for those who are interested in where this is going. You mentioned that there is currently effectively a complete lack of federal funding. And there is some money. But what a lot of people may not realize I didn't realize until a few years ago is that even the most productive scientists working on psychedelics today. Spend in some cases, upwards of half of their time writing grants from non psychedelic studies to pay for their salaries. So there is a certain survival mode that most of these groups experience, which makes it very hard to commit to the types of studies that the scientists and the world would like to see choir staff for multiple years and so on and most of that money is for drug abuse studies from nighter, national drug abuse and night of money is supporting like roles lab. Yeah. So there's there's there are studies that I'm aware of that are yet to be funded related to other. It's opiates slash opioid addiction or Alzheimer's disease as you mentioned, which would also track cognitive parameters. And so on if someone in the. Audience is interested in trying to facilitate. This type of research better understanding of these compounds that then lead to better understanding the mind, including the pathology. How you think about selecting the higher leverage places to invest your own time or money? Well, if I had endless resources and felt as journalist I can't contribute to this without creating all sorts of ethical quandaries for the publications. I write for. But I would consider it a very good highly leveraged investment to give money to one of the labs doing this research. Whether it was rolling Griffiths or the UCSF work, which I think is really exciting. Josh Willie's work or NYU? These are relatively small investments that have the potential to have a tremendous payoff for the society. And I'm think that you will see more kind of. Charitable organizations, verse kinds grant making organizations doing this. I also think though, there's the pure science piece, which is really important I interviewed in the book, Alison gopnik, this psychologist colleague of mine in Berkeley child psychologist, and she has a fascinating, she studies the mind of the child, which she thinks is an altered state of consciousness, and she said if you ever want to experience an expanded conscious just have with a four year old, and and she really believes that kids are tripping all the time up to about four or five and in a very specific sense that they take information. In this global way that we don't we have something she calls spotlight consciousness, and or the reducing or the reducing exactly it's all metaphor. And it's and it's also ego driven consciousness, that's very pointed. We can block everything out but kids have lantern consciousness. They're taking information from all different sides. It's why you can't keep them on task. But they're doing something really important, which is exploring their environment and mastering it in a way, we as adults cannot at a certain point. It's like learning language after your ten. It's just gets much harder. So she's kind of got a very interesting model for. That you could use a Delic's to restore some of the qualities of children consciousness, kind of creativity. The kind of problem solving the kids actually do better. We talked about the mask experiment predictive, coding kids, don't have all those models in their head telling them, what's likely to work, or what's likely is happening there. So they're taking all that sensory information. And they're more creative as a result. Well, could you put us back in that head? So they're peer science experiments that I know she would love to do that need to be funded. Also. And I think there's a real potential learn important things about consciousness, basically, one of the ways you learn about any complex system is disturbed, and we now have this amazing for disturbing everyday normal consciousness and studying the results. So I'd love to see that happen to and that's academe research. And I I hope. That there will be centers for psychedelic research at, you know, at Johns Hopkins, perhaps it UCSF where this work could be done because I think the payoff could be tremendous. So I know you can't contribute to many of these things for all the reasons you outlined. I can so anybody's interested in helping to build centers at these universities reach out to me and just to give some concrete examples of how very little can go really long way, you mentioned Joshua, LeBron Anderson UCSF looking at long-term or say, treating long-term demoralisation in aid survivors, and they're doing some things that are very innovative in research setting like group integration, which could transcend that study to play a lot of other things and to get that off the ground. I was I was involved with that was it was a meaningful contribution to commit ten to twenty five. Yeah. That that that is enough rocket fuel along with the other people to get off the ground as a pie. Study. This is really could have very significant implications and opened the door for lots of other studies with larger funding later. Yeah. If you're looking for the larger let's say more involved longitudinal studies with. We were just talking to this at lunch say opiate addiction. So my best friend growing up data fennel overdose. My aunt died of Percocet alcohol combination number months ago. This is the scale of this problem and the suffering is seventy thousand people last year died of opiate, which is comparable to what. Well, fifty thousand people died in entire Vietnam war. This is giving its mind boggled right to begin to chip away at that in the leveraged away. Then you're talking about millions. But it's not one hundred million right? It's like two to four million outs. In any case. This is a this is a place where you can really potentially bend the arc of history, not necessarily only financially and one thing that I've wondered is if they're ways to sort of galvanize the space to get more researchers involved because twenty years ago, this was career suicide or at least a dead end. It's it's ceasing to be labeled as such but nonetheless, it's hard to get say salary guaranteed salary for for many many years. If you want to make your focus so offerings fellowships, if anybody's listening who may want to sort of galvanize with even lower dollar dollar amounts fifty thousand one hundred thousand they're probably probably ways to do that. Or if you're research it actually look into spending more time on this because as you pointed out based Charles M D, which we debate whether or not that is the second for simplicity sake. Let's let's call it. As Alec is already currently in phase three four PTSD and for people who are interested in seeing what that looks like in practice. I also wanna mention actually two documentaries briefly before I forget, the first shows actual therapy sessions that are psychotherapy sessions for PD, and it's called trip of compassion. And I ended up just helping filmmakers who are based in Israel to launch digitally literally yesterday. So it's now available for people on watch. That I don't make a cent. I'm doing pro fantastic fungi, which should be coming out shortly in which you make cameo covers a lot of the well, not only the the incredible complexity and beauty and mystery of fungi, and my sim, but also the work done at places like Johns Johns Hopkins, and why use if you want to really have a visceral response to seeing what this can do and to see cancer patients with terminal diagnosis and hear their stories. These documentaries are really really worth the time for people who are. Curious about learning more, you mentioned, of course, your book. I mean as I stayed at the very beginning. How change your mind gifted to literally hundreds of people, and that I think a tremendous resource for a storm overview and a scientific primer along with your personal stores. I think walking that threading that into narrative is extremely difficult. So I wanna applaud you again for for putting the book together what other resources would you encourage people to perhaps take a look at? Well, I do think there's great value in looking at some of these documentaries that are out and coming out just to hear the voices of the people whose lives have been transformed people who really in trouble. And so I found looking at that those accounts reading those accounts when I had the opportunity 'cause all the patients all the volunteers right up narrative. Of their experience. That was something. I think is a mentioned early Robin car heart Harris, if you're interested in the neuroscience piece, that's where I would look at some of his papers, which are are quite striking. He's he's the rare scientists in that he's doing therapeutic work clinical work. He's doing theoretical work and he's doing brain imaging. I mean, it's very rare. You get one scientist doing all those things. Another place to contribute, though is maps, which is they're focused on MD may work right now. But they have Rick Dobelin. The head of maps has really driven this renaissance. And he deserves a lot of credit in nineteen eighty-five when when he was graduating from college, he he wanted to be a psychedelic therapist. And and he and he said, I've got to change the laws in this country in order to be psychedelic therapist, and he's been knocking his head against this wall since one thousand nine hundred five and it's finally yielding, and it's an amazing story. So they're they need money to to conduct MD may work. And there's another nonprofit called the heftier institute. That's funding. A lot of the more speculative soul cyb in work. And that's also worth looking at. Got other things to read. It's one of the experience. I had working on this book was, wow, I have all this space to myself. Why isn't anyone why aren't there twenty books on this topic? I didn't understand it. So they're not a lot of books. There's a good book on MD therapy called for some stupid reason acid test because it has nothing to do with LSD. But it's a very good book by men named Tom Schroeder Washington Post reporter. So if you're interested in the trauma MD may side, that's that's the covers a lot of the work with veterans. Yes. Yeah. It's really good. They'll be more. There's going to be a lot more than if you were trying to give guidelines to people who are going to ask. And I'm sure have asked you. How do I find a guide which is a tricky question to answer and one which is also tricky for me to answer I s constantly one of the recommendations. I've made is read some of the books that maps maps that were publishes like the secret Shigara chief. Yeah. About Leo's f who has a stellar guide or I think it's healing journey or the healing journey by cloudy, not from Chile. So that you understood. What a good guy looks like. And then you at least have some litmus test by which you can discard the people who don't qualify. I would add to that James Fatima NHS book the psychedelic explorer's guide, which actually has very good advice for people who want a guide or are shopping for guide, and he's a psychologist whose very involved in the research in the sixties and seventies. And you know, the code of conduct for God's reprinted. And then he has a lot of instructions. So that's useful. Look it. It's one of the most striking things we were talking lunch. You know? And you know, what is it like being the psychedelic guy after having been the food guy. And I have to say the food guy was a lot easier. You know, they send over a nice extra dessert when you went to a good restaurant times. And they were perks like that here. It is an unrelenting stream of emails phone calls. And letters from people who are really suffering who have a suicidal son or an alcoholic mother who are really at the end of their rope. And they think that this holds out hope perhaps a last hope in many cases where people with cancer, and I haven't been able to make any referrals. I mean, it just it just was it wouldn't be smart, especially for the guides themselves because if I introduced somebody to guide their assuming this person is vetted, but of course, the person isn't vetted and some at some point the law enforcement may decide to bring down a guide to set an example. So I can't do that. But a practical strategy is go find a ketamine therapist, and there are legal ketamine clinics now all over the country.

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"pie studies" Discussed on Diabetes Health in The News Podcast

Diabetes Health in The News Podcast

08:04 min | 2 years ago

"pie studies" Discussed on Diabetes Health in The News Podcast

"Hello I'm not L. Samri with diabetes. House your ass Nadia columnist. Recently I've been receiving many emails about the high cost of insulin when I saw a press release from a frazier the makers of the inhalable insulin offering you insulin. At four dollars a day I had to reach out and ask for an interview. Michael CASTAGNA chief executive officer of mankind. The makers of a frazier offered to take my call an elaborate more about their new program. Welcome to my show Mike. Yes so Fraser just made an announcement that you have a new direct purchase program that can really help people with diabetes. Where money's issue when it comes to insulin. Can you tell us a little bit about for your listeners? They they've been wondering what is the first and so far as they take on your food arrives and so it can replace your injectable influenza or you can add a two or tablets so one of these being out there for a couple of years now. The price of on the access in the nineteen came around. We decided to do something about it that we saw and we just replaced out and for for people that use Basal Insulin. Can they also use inhalable insulin? The studies have been done adding the baseball begun adding it to oral just adding the best form but now it's indicated for type one and type two diabetes can people find You know one of the things people could realizes you take a one your food so you're not trying to find your meal and what time. Take your plan injecting public We know one out of five people just because of workplace issues. Lunch meeting So we hope that you can make something. That's discreet. They carry on them But type one type two adding twitter taking her replacing your injectable to lifted are all about know. We came out with a low cash all her because we wanted to be part of the solution gone after and we see people. Fanta brushed under really pressure. Does he four dollar a day? The average person's dosing INC so in requirements. That's a great question. Then that's that's one of the challenges with the prices. Insulin that you don't know some people need thirty six units a day of mealtime control comfortable mainly forty eight six hundred and so you know. That's the part that we toys hard when you're coming up with a fixed price program to guarantee of everybody that's always say as low as four dollars really interesting you know for the first thousand people because we want to see what the demand we ten thousand one hundred The order to see a lot of noise and now the question is how do we get the word out and get people to find out for those that are paying cash or is buffalo plans for their loved one. So what we ought. Clinical trials was the the average person roughly thirty six units a day and the Pie Studies. That's about three twelve cartridges and we did price that at four dollars a day if you were to take three a day You could buy a ninety cal. Twelve hundred bucks four hundred twenty dollars for the month to that not needed twenty four units. We offer a hundred eighty box. That again gives you a little more flexibility on your dosing to meet your meal need and to one dollars a day but it gives you that flexibility and is there is there a certain percentage goes up for every say twelve units that you need or what formula is used to calculate the different price points for people. Think about the dollar thirty three cartridges. How the price point work out four dollars a day if you're taking three doses at the dollar thirty three per meal and we don't know do people take a day or the criminal than a snack and really the best way to think about it. And that's what we were trying to think about. What is a fair price for society You know they make much money but we do believe it's important that people have access to care. And that's you know that starbucks day the bill we think you know if you're paying cash see As we stated depressed over sixty five thousand four the love are spending over two hundred dollars almost fifteen thousand spending over seventy dollars a month so special opportunity cal make a difference for people that are spending a lot of money and how many cartridges are in the packaging packaging ninety count one hundred and eighty boxes so Just depending on what you type patient may take twelve to twenty four units build average. Actually tell them to take hundred eighty bucks and that will give them more than one supply now. Is there anyone that this insulin is not appropriate for yes? There are some restrictions so it's a great question anyone that has the oh. Pd as active smoking. You know you are delivering through the lungs and Bill. You want to make sure that you're not bounding that issue you know because of the surface area if you smoke you know. We don't want want interaction. But that has really worried about putting dry powder on the lung so so it's really those. Those three conditions are really restriction available label. We estimate about one out of five patients for the other. Four out of five people have diabetes are appropriate Kennedy Tour for him and the way the program were to. It's it's for the first thousand people that sign up. They can get it at four dollars a day is that is that correct for January. We shipped our first nations out already this week. So that that's exciting And you know we're we're trying to get the word out through could like yourself and Ada We we think consumers will share the news We'll will goes extend that for a few weeks February. I think we'll wait a couple more days. They call But but even once a January date under the first people and They'll still be fair. Cash price of one of the things have our company. I'll make sure we serve people diabetes. I'm making sure people paying cash. They have the most accurate available for Catherine. And you mentioned the J. B. R. S. so there is indication that children can use his junior after the computerized you vow diabetes research station. They've been branding themselves for type. One broader with adults as well We are studying in and kid And so we. We're we're currently not indicate if I'm less than eighteen but we are kickoff piatra trial also says he finished that up. We'll be hopefully ready to go to pastry later this year and Of the file death for poodle. That's an area that will work in towards book are indicated for right. Now we see and you also have a An additional savings programs for people that have insurance. How does that work is is so if you have a co pay that means that some insurance cover the hailed insulin? Only ninety eight percent of patients are covered by insurance. We see very few cash. And that's one of the reasons with launch program because we don't think people you know there's a lot of inefficiencies now care system that drive up healthcare costs and so we've been able to do is cut out. All those fitness efficiencies and provide low cash price directly to the patient. So you worked with a party out Florida. All the upon our inventory it's shipped from that facility and we'll get those savings directly to the patient by really eliminating all the fishing but on the other side of the equation is ninety five percent of people that have insurance and former fashion We are covered in the majority of healthcare plan. sometimes there's a minor prior authorization. The that's using its approved within the I. Worst case scenario and our average patient co-pay.

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