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Fresh update on "surgeon" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "surgeon" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Front royal and Winchester, were at 44° in Gaithersburg 47 in Arlington in 45 in lanham. Still ahead on WTO will tell you about a house fire late last night that left at least one person dead, another person is in grave condition in the hospital. 7 31. Vascular surgeries treat a wide range of heart and blood flow issues and can be complex procedures, but new hybrid suites at med star Washington hospital center use technology to help improve patient outcomes. Doctor Steven abramowitz chair of vascular surgery for med star health said the new suites allow surgeons to not only have a traditional operating room, but also

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Sending Prayers to Dan Bongino's Mother-In-Law

The Dan Bongino Show

01:49 min | Last week

Sending Prayers to Dan Bongino's Mother-In-Law

"But she was walking because she's got a bad ankles and a bad neck and everything She's got osteoporosis and she was walking this morning and she got hit by a car Which is obviously pretty horrible I mean she's there were pretty significant breaks in her lower leg But that was kind of tough to hear it happened at about 9 o'clock after the podcast recorded I was downstairs getting in my workout the day and Paula called me and Paula is sorry if I'm going through this fast I usually a little more deliberate in my speaking tone I'm just kind of banged out about the whole thing Obviously so Paula called me And you know when you're married 20 years you get the voice you know you can tell the voice right away when something's up You know like the levels of problems like problem one I drop the milk getting into the supermarket or leaving a supermarket and that's like a problem Problem two is like maybe a little more should be like my car battery died Problem 36 somebody died or something like that It was like 2.7 And I was like oh man what happened So she said her mom got hit by a car and I course thought the worst But you know it's good to have friends It is There's some really good doctors here One of them helped me out It's gonna send a guy over there to take a look so prayers would be deeply appreciated She could use him in a lot of pain That's kind of the problem You have a broker sprained your ankle You know what I mean And she's got for you doctors out there It's pretty bad fracture It's called apologist texted me this a minute ago A try malleolar fracture I'm not an orthopedic surgeon so I'm not sure I'm pronouncing that right but it says it can have a long-term impact on the quality of your life It's probably not a good thing So yeah that was rough

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Making pig livers humanlike in quest to ease organ shortage

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last month

Making pig livers humanlike in quest to ease organ shortage

"Scientists are transforming pig livers to look and act like human ones. Why pig livers? Because there's a shortage of human organs. We're looking at America today, there's about a 120,000 patients who are waiting for an organ. Jeff Ross company, mero matrix, is making plans for first step human testing a pig livers. But not in the traditional sense that we're going to take that pig organ and directly transplanted into a human. Doctor sander floorman at Mount Sinai hospital in New York says it sounds like science fiction. Even to the average transplant surgeon or maybe not so average transplant surgeon, it's still sounds a little bit like science fiction. But this is an incredible time. It's a new era. We have gene editing. We have cloning. We have all kinds of things. The test will determine how well a bioengineered pig's liver can filter human blood. I mean, we're really at the precipice where we could actually envision this could work. A bioengineered organ, at least in this context, is a scaffold, an early first step. I'm Ed Donahue

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Master Sergeant Gets 'Flagged' for Not Taking COVID Vaccine

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | Last month

Master Sergeant Gets 'Flagged' for Not Taking COVID Vaccine

"You know we talk to people I know people that have been thrown out We read that now the mandate's not in there which is another whole deal but tell us exactly what you find in a moment So the army has a policy that will allow you to serve to continue to serve Despite having a religious objection to a certain policy or practice And in this case I reject on religious grounds to receiving the currently available COVID-19 vaccines And so I set my request up It was supported in recommended approval but my immediate commander the chaplain that I interviewed determined that my beliefs were sincerely held And it went up the chain and eventually was denied by the Surgeon General of the army So I had a chance to appeal I sent out a peel up as well We went back up through the chain of command And then it went to the acting assistant secretary of the army for manpower and reserve affairs who ultimately denied my appeal And that was the final decision So if you've been suspended yes So that denial came back to me reached me on the 5th of October earlier this year And I was immediately flagged And for those who don't know what a flag is it is basically puts a hold on any favorable action that you can receive receiving awards or a permit change is stationed in duty stations So I was flagged for adverse action to receive a go mar which is a general officer memorandum of reprimand And I was flagged also for involuntary separation under chapter 14 12 C seriousness conduct Typically that chapters reserved for serious criminals DUIs do drugs when the military other civilians criminal offenses But

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Surgeons work by flashlight as Ukraine power grid battered

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Surgeons work by flashlight as Ukraine power grid battered

"Russia's devastating strikes on Ukraine's energy infrastructure is causing massive strain on the country's health system, cancer surgeon, doctor Ole Judah, was in the middle of a complicated, dangerous surgery at a hospital in lviv, Ukraine when he heard explosions near by, moments later the lights went out, Judah had to carry on with only a headlamp for lights, three minutes later the lights came back after the hospital generator kicked in, do that hold the AP those fateful minutes could have cost the patient his life, Russia's air strikes have disrupted a healthcare system which has already suffered from years of corruption and mismanagement, as well as strain from the pandemic and 9 months of war. I am Karen Chammas

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The Left's Child-Mutilating Death Cult With Terry Schilling

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 2 months ago

The Left's Child-Mutilating Death Cult With Terry Schilling

"Another piece of tape here, NBC's brandy zadrozny blames Matt Walsh and libs of TikTok for the increase in violence against the gay community. So it's somehow Matt's fault and Elon's fault and libs of TikTok and shows like ours fault because we're really concerned that children are going to be medically mutilated and lied to by their teachers and these groomers. Play cut 59. Content moderation is a hard task. What we know is that Twitter and where the bulk of this information is right now because that's where the biggest accounts like Matt Walsh and lives of TikTok again where they sort of post this stuff. What's being done? Well, two days ago, we know that Elon Musk, who owns Twitter now. He just reversed the policy that Twitter did have against targeting and harassment of LGBTQ people against misgendering transgender people. So that narrative continues Terry any other thoughts. Yeah, look, I want to skip to the versions because that's what this is. They are the ones committing violence against transgender people or as I would describe them people with gender dysphoria. We need to hold them accountable for the violence and the destruction that they are inflicting on our brothers and sisters on our children. They are destroying their lives. They are creating sexually destroyed people that won't be able to have families that won't be able to have sexual gratification down the road. These are evil people and that's called projection. They are projecting their own guilt onto us because they know that they are the ones that are destroying our kids. They're the ones that are making these people unhappy. And you know why they're doing it because there's power behind it because there's money behind it. This big pharma companies, these surgeons, they're all on camera now, talking about how much money they're making. They're the evil ones. We're the good ones. Don't relent. We have to keep fighting.

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Leno has surgery for burns from car fire, in good condition

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Leno has surgery for burns from car fire, in good condition

"Medical update on former tonight show host Jay Leno who was burned in a gas link fire over the weekend The doctor caring for Jay Leno says the comedian had surgery for serious burns suffered while working on one of his vintage cars Peter H Grossman head of a burned center near Los Angeles says lino is still hospitalized listed in good condition and will have further surgical procedures on the burns Grossman says Leno's wife mavis is with him and he is in good spirits The doctor says Leno suffered burns to his face hands and chest burns that a plastic surgeon is categorized as second degree or verging on more severe in a statement to The Associated Press Leno said he had expected to be down for only a couple of weeks but the doctor says he has already told the comedian it's going to take longer than that A Moscow's Gabrielle

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Fetterman beats Oz to flip Pennsylvania Senate seat for Dems

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

Fetterman beats Oz to flip Pennsylvania Senate seat for Dems

"Democrats have taken Pennsylvania's open Senate seats sustaining their hopes of keeping the chamber's majority I'll be the next U.S. senator from Pennsylvania It was a bruising and extraordinary campaign We bet on the people of Pennsylvania and you didn't let us down And now John fetterman says he won't let them down Fetterman beat Republican mehmet Oz the surgeon turned TV star turned politician who hours earlier was optimistic When all the ballots are counted we believe we will win this race Fetterman had relentlessly hammered Oz as an out of touch outsider while dealing with questions about his own fitness to serve after suffering a stroke in May His win is a major rebuke of Donald Trump who endorsed daws Sagar Meghani Washington

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The Number One Anger of Conservatism

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:07 min | 3 months ago

The Number One Anger of Conservatism

"This is the one that I believe preoccupies me the most. This competition for what they're ruining the most free speech was up there. But I have to say the mutilation of young children or young adults by the left and by the obscene doctors in the service of the left is probably my number one anger. At what the left is doing to this country. Everything else is salvageable. But an 18 year old girl has some sick surgeon take her breast off because she says she's a boy. That can't be undone. I guess you can get breast reconstruction when there were no breasts, but not quite the same plus what puberty blockers do, they say that they don't deal with minors, but the very notion of a puberty blocker means you are not just a minor that's under 18.

Biden Instructs Key Figures to Focus on One Issue: The Economy

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:34 min | 3 months ago

Biden Instructs Key Figures to Focus on One Issue: The Economy

"I saw something very interesting today, which is that Biden has instructed the key figures in his administration. To focus on one issue and one issue alone. And that's the economy. So what's happening here is the Democrats thought in the weeks leading up to now that they could do well in the midterm election and hold their own by talking about abortion and talking about attacks on democracy that are being led by Republican election deniers and potential insurgents, and all of that has fallen flat. I think it's fallen flat in part because everybody knows that even the accusations are made by people who don't really believe them. The January 6th committee knows it doesn't really believe that there was an armed and surgeon to overthrow the U.S. government. So we've been listening to nonstop nonsense on the public airwaves with the media cheering it on, but at some level reality catches up with people and people go, well, that doesn't really make sense to me. And so even though the ordinary American isn't that attuned to politics, they know when they're being fed a diet of pure insincerity. So the Biden people now realize this whole campaign strategy is a loser. It's not working, the Republicans are making hay and scoring points. Why? They're focusing on two things. On the one hand, the economy, which is to say, inflation, gas prices, and on the other hand, crime.

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Fetterman's doctor says he's recovering well from May stroke

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Fetterman's doctor says he's recovering well from May stroke

"A day before President Biden campaigns for a Pennsylvania Senate Canada John fetterman is getting a boost from a doctor months after suffering a stroke The democratic nominees campaign as released a doctor's note saying fetterman is recovering well while doctor Clifford Chen says fetterman does have lingering stroke effects involving speech He has no work restrictions Fetterman's in a tight race with the GOP's mehmet Oz a heart surgeon who has questioned fetterman's fitness to serve Here at The White House The president feels that he is he is very much capable of doing the job Biden spoke some in Korean John Pierre earlier this week before the president's due to campaign for fetterman tomorrow in Philadelphia Sagar Meghani at The White House

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China's Xi Jinping Envisions a Third and Indefinite Term

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | 3 months ago

China's Xi Jinping Envisions a Third and Indefinite Term

"Something suspicious is happening in China, there is something it's the National Congress, is that right, or it is, it's kind of the big CCP meeting walk us through what's happening here. Okay, so this is the coronation of Xi Jinping as chairman for life of the CCP. With the national parties conference is, it's a 5 year held every 5 years summit for the CCP. So there's only the 20th one, right? So that means if we can all do math out there, that means it's been a hundred years since they've been doing these. So the 20th party Congress, Xi Jinping has really got his leadership, his elites, his allies, the people that are on his side in every single key position now of the Politburo, the Politburo standing committee, the palaver expanded committee. He is across the military across every single member of the secretariat. It's all of his loyalists, the generals they're all in place for shape. And what he's done is essentially become the new chairman for life of China. So coronation. Now, I called this out in newsweek, I predicted this all the way back in January, January 31st of 2022. And Charlie, you might remember that if you go look at the China hand and the China experts and this whole area, they'll say, well, you know, Xi Jinping is not as strong as everybody thinks he is. We think there's different factions within China that are able to take him down. We think that if the Olympics don't go well, they might, you know, he might fall flat on his face. But Charlie, that wasn't what happened at all as a matter of fact. And in my piece, I predicted that the factions within the CCP are nowhere near. I mean, they've got Jiang Zemin, the guy's like a 100,000 years old, and they say that he's going to be the face of the opposition. The old toad, they call him. This is the guy, by the way, who was behind the crackdown to Tiananmen Square. That's one of the reasons he got the job. And so when you look at what's going forward with this, my gripe with a lot of it is that a lot of the experts and see this on the right and the left, they keep telling you that the CCP is about to collapse. The CCP is about to collapse, but that's actually not what's happening.

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Jack Posobiec Details Joe Biden's Quid Pro Quo With Saudi Arabia

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 3 months ago

Jack Posobiec Details Joe Biden's Quid Pro Quo With Saudi Arabia

"I want to ask you, you talked, you kind of tweeted this out here. Biden admitted publicly he was coercing Saudi Arabia to lower oil prices before midterms by threatening them with consequences and Republicans gave them gave him a pass. What do you mean by that? Well, so here's the thing, right? Charlie, the last time I was on this program, on your program. And you were one of the few people that brought this up and really gave it the attention it did. Obviously, on human events, we did as well on Bannon. We did as well on war room. But I noticed that with this issue, right? The fact that and by the way, we just saw last night as a matter of fact, this kind of prompted me on this that Biden has announced yet again another 15 million barrels from our strategic oil reserve are going to be released prior to midterms that he's literally stealing away. The reserve of the American people, he's stealing away all of this in countering and going into co quid pro quos with the Saudis with OPEC with everybody else. Meanwhile, by the way, OPEC is coming out saying it's not just the Saudis. It's all of us. We're all against you at this point. You're ridiculous. Your policies have allowed us to do this and we are going to use this leverage. They're stealing from the American people. They're entering in a quid pro quo. And yet I haven't seen the Republican leadership. I haven't seen Republican candidates. I haven't seen this gaining the traction that it really needs. And maybe it's because it's one of those things where they think, oh, you know, maybe the voters don't understand. Maybe they don't understand what the strategic oil reserve is. The other understand what the importance of this is. No, I think voters are actually smart, right? And it may be, you know, Russia had that great line about low information voters. And which is true. But he also pointed out voters aren't stupid. The American people are just busy, okay? So you have to educate. You have to use the megaphone. You have to get the story out there. And

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The Kids Are Not Alright With Dr. Peter McCullough

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | 4 months ago

The Kids Are Not Alright With Dr. Peter McCullough

"Watching television the other day and the Arizona Department of Health is still running commercials, saying get your vaccine, get your booster and here comes the Florida Surgeon General saying, yeah, actually, the vaccine shows an 84% increase in cardiac issues for young men. 84% increase. Here's cut 43 pediatric ICU nurse talking about how they were not allowed to talk about heart problems. They were seeing due to the vaccine, play cut 43. I took care of those children who came in with myocarditis after the vaccine. It was an unspoken thing that we were not allowed to talk about openly on the unit. The day before I was taken away from my position, I was actively giving compressions to a child to keep him alive. Your thoughts, doctor McCullough. Well, I'm seeing the survivors in my clinic, Charlie. They're coming in in large numbers. Heart damage. We see it by MRI. Sadly, it's not going away. You know, it leads to heart damage leads to a scar. The scar is the nidus for an abnormal rhythm called ventricular tachycardia, degeneration and ventricular fibrillation, a systole, and that's death. The daughter, the 17 year old daughter of democratic congressman Sean casten from Illinois, she takes the vaccine. He discloses this in the report in the hill, and then she dies in her sleep. Again, it's my opinion as a cardiologist. That death is due to the vaccine until proven otherwise. He discloses she's perfectly healthy. She had perfectly healthy visits with the doctor. She was planning the rest of her life. You can imagine the grief, the shock the remorse, the guilt that he has in having his child undergo an unnecessary vaccine.

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Liberal, Or Left

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:14 min | 4 months ago

Liberal, Or Left

"So mom, tell me your three, four core beliefs. Or ask her, I have a column of 32 questions to ask if to find out if someone's liberal or left. Ask her if she thinks Columbia University having a black graduation and a black dormitory is part of her liberalism. Just ask her that. Okay. And let me know what happens. Hey, mom, you think I'm in give birth mom? You think an 18 year old should be able to decide to have a surgeon cut off her breast because she says she's a boy, mom. What do you think about that mom? You think kids are not born male or female? That's the position of the American medical association, mom. What do you think of that? Of course, if you really want to get into the weeds, hey mom, how come I put only invaded Ukraine under democratic presidents and not under Trump? Boy, would I like to hear a Democrats answer on that one? Well, I really would. I'm not even interested in arguing with them. I would just like to know how they confront reality.

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Charlie Pierce on the Science Free State of Florida

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

Charlie Pierce on the Science Free State of Florida

"You also talked about Twitter flagging anti vaccine guidance from desantis surgeon general and you said the science free state of Florida. I mean, it really is. Yeah. I mean, you know, half the West Coast half the state's West Coast is floating out to sea right now. And yet, you know, most of the most of the presiding Republican Party doesn't believe that the, you know, that the event, the clause of the event is real. Yeah. Bizarre. Yeah. Well, you said you said we'll take that hurricane money back now for freedom. Hey, no, that was because his wife posted something about the free state of Florida. Yeah. Yeah. Okay.

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Rep. Sean Casten Reveals Teen Daughter Died From Cardiac Arrhythmia

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:54 min | 4 months ago

Rep. Sean Casten Reveals Teen Daughter Died From Cardiac Arrhythmia

"Know conclusively. If the vaccine was the reason for this poor young girl, her death, we don't know that. But we do know that she was fully vaccinated against COVID-19. A couple months ago, it kind of shocked the world when Democrat representative from Illinois, Sean caston, announced that his 17 year old daughter died from cardiac arrhythmia. Her name was Gwen castin. Sean casten has been a major proponent and pusher of young children to get vaccinated. He talked about how everyone in his family has started their vaccination process. Sean Castro is a big vaccine promoter and peddler. And then tragically, his daughter got fully vaccinated and passed away peacefully in her sleep. Now, in the statement, her family wrote extensively about, well, how this sort of thing just happens. Look, I'd be very honest, this sort of thing just not does not just happen. Young people don't just die of sudden cardiac arrhythmia. It's incredibly rare to say that. So anyway, here's the story from people dot com. The family of Illinois representative Sean cassin said in a statement, Friday that his 17 year old daughter died of sudden cardiac arrhythmia on June 13th. They said that she exercised in layman's terms she was fine and that her heart just stopped. We don't know what caused the arrhythmia, likely never will. They said that she was a healthy 2020 two teenager. They said, 8 well exercise got regular checkups and suffer from any behavioral issues, had a close relationship with family and friends. And then they sat in her statement rather bizarrely that she was fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and quarantined after occasional positive asymptomatic COVID tests during the omicron wave. And that she had just come home with an evening with friends, went to bed and didn't wake up. Incredibly tragic.

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Why Florida's Surgeon General Has the Pharma State Panicking

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:39 min | 4 months ago

Why Florida's Surgeon General Has the Pharma State Panicking

"Florida has a pretty amazing Surgeon General. Doctor Joseph. And he sent out an amazing press release, warning that men ages 18 to 39 should not take the COVID vaccine. Surgeon General Florida doctor Joseph lado said the warning is based on an analysis of data from inside Florida, showing a sharply higher risk of cardiac death in young men and young men in the 28 days following the shots. This is not Alex Jones, who, by the way, has been right about a lot of things and no one wants to admit it. This is not some sort of TV doctor. No, no, no, this is the Surgeon General of Florida that is telling young men ages 18 to 39 not to take the COVID vaccine. Men under 40 had an 84% increased risk of death following vaccination with an mRNA shot. The analysis that you guys can check out Alex berenson has been terrific. He publicized this. You guys can check it out at Florida health COVID-19 dot gov. The analysis found that people who received non mRNA vaccinations generally meaning Johnson & Johnson DNA a vaccine had a lower risk of cardiac death after the shot. Only the mRNA jabs were associated with more cardiac deaths. So yes, there's a difference between the mRNA and the DNA. That's doctor Joseph. I'm sorry if I'm mispronouncing it. And so he being the Surgeon General of Florida saying, wait a second. If you go and get the vaccine as a 25 year old in Florida, you have an 84% increased risk of death. Now, many of you might say, oh, what's the big difference? What difference does this make? What makes a big difference? You have kids, you have grandkids. Do you have loved ones ages 18 to 29? 18 to 39 that might have taken the vaccine. We are expelling people from our military. Still to this day. For not taking this shot, that now the Surgeon General of Florida is telling us very well might result in increased heart attacks or heart issues. And it's not just that nature dot com has a story that everyone should be aware of. Increased emergency cardiovascular events among under 40 population in Israel during vaccine rollout and during third COVID-19 wave. Their story after story after story of this, you'll

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COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine Thought Crimes

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:58 min | 4 months ago

COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine Thought Crimes

"Team has been on the cutting edge. Of the mRNA gene altering technology, otherwise known as a vaccine. From the very beginning, our program was not anti vax, we weren't pro vax, but we certainly were skeptical about all the same actors and companies, deep state bureaucrats, members of the fourth branch of government, that were pushing a new technology with vaccine, not just pushing, but mandating it on the American people without any buddy allowed to ask questions. No one was allowed to have disagreement opposition, look at the data and it was always very troubling for us on the program from the very beginning. And from November of 2020, I was actually November December 2020. I was at Greg farrington's church in California. I think it's rockland, California. It's destiny church. Greg farrington is a great guy. And he asked me about the vaccine. Now, mind you, I hadn't done a lot of research about the vaccine. I had never really been into the vaccine as a topic, if you will. There were a lot of great people that were doing work in that world, doctor tenpenny, and Bobby Kennedy junior, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., I should say, and a lot of other people, I had never really gotten into it. It wasn't a place of area passion of mine or something I had a lot of expertise in. And I remember answering the question on stage out of pure instinct built on distrust and cynicism of what happened in the year 2020. Now, what I said on that stage, I'm paraphrasing here and drawing from memory is basically, I don't think I trust this vaccine because the very same companies the very same people that have lied to us throughout the entire calendar year 2020 are now trying to push this gene altering MN RN mRNA technology on us. And

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"surgeon" Discussed on WorkLife with Adam Grant

WorkLife with Adam Grant

05:40 min | 4 months ago

"surgeon" Discussed on WorkLife with Adam Grant

"He died. Just a couple of weeks ago. A cancer surgeon I just tremendously admire. And was my coach in the operating room. And observe and we would set goals. I'm going to work on how my team work. When these next few months, I'm going to work on my technical skills. I'm going to work on the things we worked on most in the until I stopped doing surgery in December, which was painful. Teaching. And how I could be a more effective teacher. Translating that into this atmosphere, as I started building public health institutions, I had an executive coach that I engaged. A guy named Alan foster is terrific. And we've been together now for a decade. And working on as I've started up multiple organizations as I've advanced them along the way and now in this role. And I actually think a lot of people have executive coaches and it has become a familiar thing. But the key to it has been not just my giving him my independent view of the world. But having him do a 360. And we actually just came through our 360 here with our team where he reviewed and talked to all of my leaders. And we got inputs from more than 30 people, including people reporting up to me. People above me, people that we have to work with as peers across the government. And identified things that were going well and the strengths I was building on and the opposite things. It was the flip side of my strengths. So for example, I'm very energetic. As you might hear. And I'm also good at making decisions and making them quickly. But I'm moving so fast that I'm not communicating them. And I'm not recognizing how to move them down into the organization and across to other people. I'm already moving on to my next thing. It's the rubber band theory of leadership. You want the rubber band to pull ahead enough that people are coming with you, not fall so far behind.

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"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

Plastic Surgeon

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

"A way to to put them into into words until that point. And how did you start your transition. Trans male it was very like very garage will because the top surgery thing was like very prominent always knew i one of that but honestly testosterone with something that like. I'm not sure how to explain it more than like a creep me like i started realizing overtime like something is wrong beyond just that like an i would think and i was like okay. Like your binding. Your flat is flat as you're going to be you know and i was like something is missing stone. I don't know. I don't know what it is like. I can't put my finger on it. And then what i would watch. I would watch all these people talking about their experiences and their journey. I started to like hear myself in their words like i started to see myself in their experiences and realized like i think. That's what i. I think that might be for me. I think i think. I feel like that but i took a really long time to decide like to take the plunge. I guess like i remember the. I finally had like called planned. Parenthood actually and i said if an appointment with an endocrinologist. Who's the free there. Do you have to pay for that. It was sliding scale. So i- dirt. Poor so i think i paid like twenty bucks twenty five now much. Yeah but for you. that's freeman. Yeah that was. It was like it was like a half a month of food..

"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

Plastic Surgeon

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

"So i'm gonna do. Yeah how was being on the soccer team where people different entail. Oh yeah oh definitely now for sure like. I kinda started getting out more and realizing like the way i was raised. I guess wasn't normal. You know like there's all these people from different backgrounds different lifestyles and Like as weird as it sounds like different like colors Different religions ethnicities because in idaho. Like i don't know the numbers by predominantly white predominantly. Why like so in every sense. The word like if you used fit into this like cookie cutter. You're just not like you're just not a part of society sort of so your family send you off to college or you all own now. Definitely no do going to say anything about it. Yeah so we still to this day have some of contact because my brother and sister are still living there so we do actually have some contact because of that But if it weren't for that. I don't think yeah but no definitely. They did not now. They've never paid a cent for schooler housing or no. So how did you have money to get an apartment. And all that. I didn't i had. I think i left idaho with thousand dollars. Hud like to and put like a thousand down on a piece of crap like studio apartment and moved over here and then hot like after the move. Like eight hundred bucks and i was like well. That's one month of rent so we'll live off dollar store food and we'll get a job and so i did. I kind of job I i was all kinds of weird weird stuff. But i coach soccer for a little bit. And which did not go well. Because i don't. I don't do that well with kids us. I did that for a bit. And then i actually have worked a lot of fast foods because it works well with a my busy school schedule going scoring the day you were able to make it up in one thousand to rent from that. Yeah my rent was like seven fifty. So i was like okay. We have like a hundred you know after that for food and it was tight. It was tight for a long time now and now like i said nothing's ever been easy resume. It's to part three or four hours a day right. Yeah oh minimum. Yeah now so the majority of the first two months which are two or three months was preseason so we had three three hours a day. So i'd have three hours in the morning three hours in the middle of three hours again the night for nine hours total and then i.

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"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

Plastic Surgeon

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

"And not as like a kid. Okay yeah as an adult. Yeah actually yeah. That's not really something. I've talked about much either in honestly like i said another one of the things they probably would be good to like. Go to like formal therapy and digging home but I actually kinda started coming back to me more clearly recently. Yeah there was just a lot of situations in a lot of this happened after. Like i my parents kinda hit that point of giving up Where i was of trying to like find my own and it was. i mean. it's it's just so hard. Like i didn't have any money. I didn't really know what to do with myself. So i was working in a dive bar when i was sixteen or seventeen point which is definitely go for surely definitely illegal. Most elliot's removed. They're not supposed to drink now. So are so. How did you get into that position dagmar. so i'd had my first job at taco bell and then a bunch of the people there Working on this other place because we're making more money in you know he can do whatever we want kind of thing so so he started Were canarian. I definitely had gone into some bad some bad situation. Some bad things happen to me. You know it was hard. I had no one really looking out for me. And we living at home with his time on and off. Yeah it was. There was a lot of leg back and forth so hard to like like. I said the time line. I don't even know if i were to sit down and put it on paper. I don't even know if i could put a time line to all this but of course. Yeah just was very very chaotic teenage years. I guess but So someone's house at home. Some of this. I was living with at the time. Actually my my partner at the time and her mom Who i don't know like i definitely hesitate to like say anything. Negative about them. I guess she took me in time. Where i had no one else really but it may be was like a bit of an unstable living situation for the lds community definitely not no definitely not how if anything or the polar opposite. Yeah so it was kind of just like me china. I think i was trying to get as far away from that as i could. Because there there's not really gray area in idaho to be honest. There's not a lot of that. It's either gonna you're mormon or your honestly like your intellect. Drugs are bad thing other you know. Look generalized bad things leg so that was kind of more. I found myself. Because i didn't really have options so i was staying with someone in like a situation that maybe looking back was definitely not like yes. Stable per se. How was your family trying to reach out to you at all. This is definitely like primarily this point the the giving up stage. Yeah they were just kinda done. So i would say like oh when going to stay the night at my friend's house and there was this like i think to a degree like an unspoken understanding that she was my girlfriend like they knew that Because like i said in a shade come out as a lesbian so there was like an unspoken understanding link. This probably isn't a friend but they just didn't care like they were so far past that there's like we don't even like we just don't it. Felt like pretty clear like we. Just don't want you here. So yeah no church charter. Reach out away from there or.

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"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

Plastic Surgeon

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

"Like you have to do or else right your situation and we don't have to talk about anything about that your experience but if you if is. Is there anything you can tell people what they should expect her to do. They do they. You do the just talk to you. What happens there if you remember So it's hard to say because It honestly it varies a lot like the word. Conversion therapy can mean a lot There's a documentary. I recently watched on netflix. I'm forgetting what it's called. But it did a decent job of explaining some of that like the variation that can happen so it can be as. I don't want to say benign but as benign as sitting and talking and it can be presented to you is just like it's talk therapy like you know or it could be as aggressive as you're in a home you're in a building for an extended period of time in a camp if you will and there's physical violence there's always emotional violence chevy. I mean it's length nature of what it is but yeah so it. It varies a lot So it's really hard to say but you were the talking to you without the main thing that you were undergoing Yeah i'd say. The violence was like minimal. My case but physical violence promotional violent. Oh the physical was minimal. Yeah so the physical violence started when you were sent to the Camp or something. Yeah i'd never been to get ever been hit by like an adult or anything like i a growing up. I know it's hard. So i definitely had been like beaten up by kids at school before but that was the first time that i'd i think from memory site ever had lake violence from an adult Can you were sixteen In so was this during the school year was the summer thing definitely was during the school area. So it's it's honestly it gets blurry like around. That point stuff starts getting kind of blurry which is looking back scary to be on this like there's a lot that went on and i think like probably honestly it's repression Really something like at this point in my life. I'm kind of just trying to move on. Should be honest it probably would be beneficial to like look more into it but yeah no. It definitely was during the school year. Because i remember i remember teachers being worried. I remember questions. I had one history teacher who actually just like of me on social the other day so it which was kind of cool because she helped me during high school like she was. I think she was the only person the only adult that i had like a safe place in In terms of at schools. You remember how long you were in this place. It wasn't that long who is I in my case. It was like if i'd have been like a week and a half two weeks. It wasn't too long back home after that. Yeah yeah and if you can't it's okay who you at..

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"surgeon" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"surgeon" Discussed on WTVN

"Surgeon general Vivek Murthy told ABC News. It would tip fence sitters toward taking the shot. But second, I think you'll see more universities and workplaces that were considering putting in requirements for vaccines to create safer places to learn and work. You'll see more of them likely moving forward. Visor was the first vaccine maker to request FDA approval. Others are following suit. Aaron Carter Ski ABC News New YORK. Meanwhile, the Big 10 conference announced today if a team has to cancel a game due to Covid 19 that will count as a loss. The conference says a team not affected by COVID. Would get a win in the conference standings. Will be updated to reflect that Cancel game will not be rescheduled. IFCO affects both teams in a two team competition. It will be declared a no contest. President Biden says his top priority is getting Americans safely out of Afghanistan in a little over 30 hours this weekend. We've evacuated an extraordinary number of people about 11,000 individuals. Speaking from the White House, Biden caution There is a long way to go, but the U. S and its allies are getting the job done. President also noted he's authorized the use of commercial aircraft to help facilitate the safe movement of evacuees from other countries. Once they arrived there on U. S military flights from Afghanistan. None of the commercial aircraft are flying into the Kabul airport. The Taliban say they will not allow the US to extend its August 31st deadline for withdrawing troops. Alabama spokesman Sohail Shaheen described the data as a red line and said any delays of prolonged U. S occupation. If they are intent and continuing the occupation so it will provoke reaction Sunday. President Biden said troops mating to stay past the deadline to continue evacuation flights from Kabul's airport. Behind the scenes drama continues at jeopardy where Mike Richards stepped down last week as it shows new host NBC News contributor Larry Hackett says Richard should not still be jeopardy's executive producer..

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"surgeon" Discussed on Dr. Death: Miracle Man

Dr. Death: Miracle Man

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"surgeon" Discussed on Dr. Death: Miracle Man

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"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

Plastic Surgeon

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

"Happy and it makes me feel good to have things and with top surgery it just. It just makes me so happy. I don't know it's hard to explain. It's one of those things like when you look at yourself and you have something in. It's just right like everybody in some way has something about themselves. Where their like their hair eyebrows or unil- their legs they look at it. Like this is just how it's supposed to be and it's just. It's like soul healing Maybe more silica trans experience. But i don't know how are you or were you concealing your chest before surgery. I had a binder the binder so binder is in the trans community the very tight tank top or under garment usually. It's like spandex a police nano polyester some sort of tightening in the front they also under armor. They make them for sports people or for people's guide to mess capacity capacity yes And mostly what. They're forced to fight in the chest and conceal as much as they can. And i'm very lucky that my chest was very small before surgery so a lot of time to get with just wearing a sports bra. When did you decide. You wanted to have surgery really the first inclination that it was something that i wanted was around like fourteen or fifteen. When i had the thought of lake. I would rather be able to add this and have when i want it and have it none of the time than have it all the time and then take it away when i wanted you know like i would much rather have my chest be flat all the time and then if i wanted to dress out for i do drag every once in a while i can add breasts if i want to and that is just so much easier because i know i'm happier when it's flat so i'd rather just be that all the time than when you started thinking about having surgery. How did you hear about me. I did a lot of research. I have been. I've had like your the laura. Thanks page. book martin sixteen really. Yeah there you know twenty two. Wow many years. that's six years. How did you hear about. We had sixteen. I started looking into surgeries. And i started looking into hormones. The person i go to for my hormones is linda. Graham co from queen medical association absolutely adore. Her she like made everything breeze when it came to my transition as well as my therapist. Tara who adore tara. She's incredible vote. I started talking about surgery. She said like there's a lot of good surgeons in the area. Sa- john i've worked with a bunch. You should check them out. And so i kind of went through there There's a lot of trans guys on youtube. That i watched but the majority of them were not in washington. And when i did like a google search for like best top surgery. Doctors seattle.

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"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

Plastic Surgeon

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

"Better. Sometimes they know what they're talking about especially with in your case. Where like this is your job. You do this every single day all the time like before my surgery i just took eighteen pounds of breast tissue off. Someone else omega. You know like you know what you're talking about so if you told somebody like hey. I don't think we should do the surgery right now. Because you are fifteen. Your body is still is to and other ways outside of puberty. Let's wait and make sure that this is right. Because i know at fifteen there were things i wanted especially with transition and stuff that i don't want now and so if i would have gone hormone when i was fifteen i probably would have had some gender crisis and then you know not known what i needed to do what i wanted in general Being a teenager you're still learning about who you are as a person. I think it's a really young age to change your body that drastically one in i believe in informed consent but certainly i work with the patient and family to help make a good decision in.

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"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

Plastic Surgeon

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

"Or that's changed now is people didn't understand like you said that they had to add on. There was a more of a quote non-conforming option right people felt they had to fit either a or b right. There wasn't a plus b minus a fuel right or a minus b. plaster. There wasn't something that we're didn't have to pick right. They could be. They could be not conforming and live their life. That way and still feel comfortable. As is what i've seen the most and you've even like take into consideration intersex people who may like from day one they didn't want male or female and now that more people are talking about neutral pronouns south they're like oh my god that's something that fits or even going as far back as in native american culture. The two spirit people they've existed for years in my my boyfriend right now. He is native and the closest thing he can identify with is to spirit. So it's very fun and interesting to see not only the newer ideas of gender fluidity and nonconformity also being kind of like shining light on older cultures. That have had stuff like this forever. And then kind of squashing the idea that fat or it's a new thing for people to be non binary. Pete will be trans. And it's just really interesting and i try. Sorry i'm talking so much great but I try to respect and pay homage to the older. lgbt community. As much as i can because especially like the drag queens of color and the just Trans women of color that really like legitimately paved the way for all of us and so trying to learn more and more about the history of the lgbt community and the trans not binary community. I think super interesting and a lot. More people should get into super cool. And i think people don't understand jar. Transgender non-conforming people have existed forever. Oh yeah even. If you look back thousands of years it's existed. I think now because of the internet it's more available alley appalachian aliyah so know getting back to our puberty blockers. Do you think it's it's something that should happen or should people wait till the person his eighteen. I know eighteenth and arbitrary right. What do you think about that. I think it definitely isn't something where somebody should be able to go right into a dock and be like i want this on the give it to them because i know at least from my experience. I had a lot of other mental health things going on. That.

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"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

Plastic Surgeon

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

"To not enjoy having to talk about their assigned gender at birth mor even the term But i just try to view it in like a medical necessity type way. If i went to a hospital. They wouldn't ask. If i was a trans guy they would ask you know. Does he have the uterus. Still what type of things are we dealing with. Medically and so i kind of just like people need to know what i am working with. Sure in that aspect versus you know. They respect that. I am a man. I've been living as a man that is my identity versus my body. Parts in one of the controversies or topics of debate people talk about is should we even assign a gender or do we leave like or blank or not. Say anything if you don't mind sharing what's your view on that I think again like for the medical aspect of it like a baby is born not knowing it exists so it doesn't have a concept of gender yet and raising your kids giving them the option not saying that lake mike with my family for example my sibling has always been very gender neutral so my mom kind of was accepting about like. This isn't going to be my little princess daughter. That's fine so i think you know understanding that my kid was born female so they're going to have a period at some point. They're going to go through a female puberty at some point. That aspect is important but also allowing your kids the freedom to tell you like i don't feel aligned with this or i'm not sure i feel aligned with this can i have you know some opportunities or can get someone to see for this. I think that's more so important Assigning gender at birth really is just to understand what we're working with at aspects of medical necessity. Do you think that when someone's a child disuse under eighteen for that reference. And that's what we use right. Ron society do you think they have the knowledge and ability to understand gender. I think to certain aspects. Yes i do think a lot of what we think of when it comes to gender and gender gender. Stereotypes are just societal influences. I think if you took a kid went out into the sticks in the woods and raise them social influence they would come into their own. however you know they wouldn't take. The societal views will woman societal views man and allow that to change who they are or to interfere or give them an impression of how they should be. I think like for me growing up when i was like four or five. My mom's favorite story to tell was how i asked her. When i was gonna get my beard. More would hang out with my dad. And he'd be building stuff shirtless. Obviously i would be too and then after a certain point you know around seven eight months. You can't do that anymore. And i didn't understand. I was like well. Why because he is. I'm the same him. Why can't i. And i don't think it was much of a. Oh my god. I'm trans in my kid. Brain thing it was just like. I'm the same as this. What makes us different..

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"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

Plastic Surgeon

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

"How are you. I'm doing good excited to be here. We're so excited to have you. Thank you for being here. We're here to talk to you about your journey. How came to know each other. The procedure you underworld and how it affected you who i'm ready. Ellis what's her judy. How with me. I had the Dublin shenzhen top surgery awesome and that's a gender affirming surgery correct teller listeners. What her gender affirming surgery is alice for me. At the very least it's any surgical procedure that you would go through to help align how yourself internally to others externally so aligning the inner self with the external self and the surgery i did for you is not a mastectomy. But that's what it's more similar to get. Some people call it a mastectomy would a mastectomy is removing breast tissue. So what i did in your situation like you said is what's called a double incision chest reconstruction with free nipple grafts now. Free nipples doesn't mean they're free right right. People think that. Yeah so so what that means is. I removed the chest tissue breast tissue. We then liposuction the chance to create more of a masculine contour the nipple and areola were re sized reshaped in the position. More in the mail position to help our listeners. Understand where you're coming from. So what was your gender as assigned at birth. Yeah i was born female. And i lived as a woman for the first. I wanna say like thirteen fourteen years and that is when i started getting on the internet. i was in the cause play community or just was like anime character in video game care serve. And there's a lot of people there who are assigned female at birth and only 'cause play male characters. And i was kind of one of those people and dressing that way having the wigs and stuff like that kind of like did something for me. Sure end being online learning more and more about the trans and lgbt community. My dad also knows a lot of trans and lgbt people I kind of started thinking about it and thinking more about that aspect of my life versus just accepting that. I was born that way and that's how i had to be. So what's the difference between gender assigned at birth and gender identity so assigned at birth what most people coined the term for is just a quick way to say. What were the hardware organs. Whatever you were born with a lot of people at least in the younger. Lgbt communities specifically the trans community.

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"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

Plastic Surgeon

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

"Tissue or breast tissue even more apparent. Oh definite i finally saw the before. And after ota's announced it's big different definitely. How did you start researching doctors. I believe i've Started researching. let's say. During the time. I was walking with a cane. September two thousand nine teen september two thousand nineteen now is looking different doctors and everything and i've been following your work for probably about eight months before it actually finally set the appointment. Were you following it. instagram snapchat. Yeah it was fun to instagram. But then i google g. first and then saw all the before and after pictures in then just kept slowly but surely making a decision on everything. So how do you decide to come to me. For concert. Versus other maple. Just your work speaks for itself. Anything i've looked into like florida. Doctors are atlanta doctors. But the thing is even though it can be cheaper. D- doesn't mean that you know it could be. There could be some complications. Especially if i have to go there and then you know come back come back and then in a you just if anything. I wanted to make sure be certain or who. I'm really going to house the consultation when you came to our office. Ill skin the super excited than i've felt comfortable in on. I mean like it's more of a feeling than it is just less. Hurry up and get this done more more like okay. He makes me feel comfortable. He definitely is listening to what i want. Especially when it comes to being more natural then going above and beyond and some people you know. i've i've actually been to a consultation with another woman. Who got her breasts done. And he's like you should go bigger. You know like. I've seen doctors push other people to just jam as much as they can into someone's body you know it's just felt comfortable. That's great how was you finally decided to book surgery. How was it like experience. How did you get there mentally. Oh i worked on myself tremendously. Let's say through the traumas. I've had before in what people have said about being flat chested. I just wanted to make sure inside. I felt complete before. Did the surgery itself. So i revisited. A traumas. a. Read self help books like i literally wanted to mentally prepare myself emotionally. Prepare myself because it is something that's gonna be there your life.

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"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

Plastic Surgeon

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

"Kind of disintegrated because of so many people who are graduating in. there wasn't enough gigs. For how long were you beauty school. I was that was eleven month program. So you finished it. Yes they certify you or yeah have my license. I just do my own hair now. So it's so much harder getting convincing people that you can work wonders with their hair. But they've went to many other altea hairdressers and you know even sometimes the people with the personality. Who don't don't necessarily aren't good at doing here. They ended up killing more clients because of personality outshines. You know the work Were you making a living where you were a beautiful I was collecting unemployment. Because i worked for coca cola. I was pulling like one tonne pallets around the stores in different stores and then they actually closed down the coca cola distribution in our city so they had a chance of like laying people off and then are found loophole so north of loophole. The loopholes Basically where where. I was working in. What's more on demand. I can actually go to school while on unemployment in order to get a degree in something that i would be getting paid more cool so yeah there is some kind of leverage. They're able to go back to to something. I love what did you. What did you do after school. I'm moved to seattle to get away from what candy and you move in with a friend or did you find your own place. I've found a spot to rent there. And then i was pursuing the modeling but i got a job at a at a restaurant called eighty keys so as working there will serve their or host. Yes i was a server their bird like games and stuff during that time. I also tried seven salon but i realized there's an apprenticeship program where you would still have to pay another nine thousand dollars on top of like going to school. The they shut down. They did the one in the one in bellevue right. Yeah someone bought. The person declared closed down and other the old guy who has started.

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"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

Plastic Surgeon

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

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"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

Plastic Surgeon

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

"Yeah and they give us a po box in seattle mill. The flowers to yes. So then i asked you know this person and i was like hey. I don't know if i'm able to send this care package. Flower thing To appeal box like is there like a better address. I know you're from another state under your family's In this other state consent to that and basically she refused to send another address. She said oh. Just send it over here. I'll go pick it up from this address. I will physically take it with me to this other state which was really weird because unlike why wouldn't you just give me the address. I wasn't gonna like stock or anything. Like i was just like trying to be nice. Send you flowers and a care package your family and whatever i mean people have their reasons or whatever but super shady but you know i wish people best but it's just so funny because you know your lies always will come back to you. I know so then to these. People probably waited forty minutes for a seat. Allegedly state or this person is supposed to be and then we saw them and they got so embarrassed. It looks like they're ran away after reading. Thirty to forty minutes says sit down. Yeah it was like the they they want until they're invisible liked. Not even a minute. I remember going in and then we turn around and they're gonna and i'm like i'm almost one hundred. I was not daydreaming. Car cat trying to become superman. It was definitely them. But you know it is. It is but i'm saying is not a good idea to lie. I think so. It was weird. The whole situation was shady. That was out of control. It is what it is so jon ahead. A really funny experienced the caregiver really so so when i do surgery for patients they all get my cellphone. The reason i do this because if there's an emergency and night and weekend you need to be able to access me right..

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"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

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05:17 min | 1 year ago

"surgeon" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

"You're the sun and so then the provider walks to the lobby to tell the person that you're on the list in country so that i'm like i wanna hear his knox super interested in hide behind the hallway corner like listening to this conversation and so the provider tells the dns person you're on the dina's we can't treat you on his person like. Oh my god. I can't treat me. I've been. I've been this that and the other good money and then To acknowledge him when he won't treat you want treat. You can train. You can't come to any practice. Affiliated with us results ariz not a good fit that the dns person has the audacity to say or they better check their yellow previews in the morning at sorrow. I know i'm like i'm happy. Double dns spurs that list person. You know i'm going to block the what they would do if they got the filler and were unhappy now you have a person treated and they're unhappy and they're on the dns list exactly once you treat someone you're committed to for their treatment. You can't just say go away. You gotta make sure their handlers. Have a reasonable result in her happy. So that was a tough dodged a bullet. I really think we did. I was on the fans i was like. Well just may be able to slide and let it go because this person's known them may when they made that comment on the and then the dns person starts laughing the lobby like it's some kind of joke. Wow maybe it's a joke for you but you know we can't have you in this practice. Ads person if you're watching new nice person you're kind. I'm sure you're great. Some people not to us. We wish you the best. Yeah and then. The dina's patient has the. I found the to destroy and following day. But the diana's patient has the audacity to call the office the next day. Yeah yeah bitch were they say. China complained that we didn't treat them. It was a free treatment. There weren't even paying training that's cracked. So what was the complaint that were basically not nice people and we're not trying to treat her and she's a good candidate and basically just complaining about the experience and we're like well you weren't even treated. It was a free treatment. Your friend brought you here. We were just you know. Like i don't understand what the issue is here like. What are you even complaining about. How are probably going to talk about this podcast yesterday. Definitely to be a one page on page review go ahead. I'm gonna response our nicely. Okay so john A heard we had our runaway. Sh happened so this past week at our two weekends ago when we gonna go. We went to university village. Yes three hours. First time i ended up taking over. We're looking at some furniture so there was furniture. Stores there We went and looked at our age pottery. Barn other store was grooming boy. Borders closed in The general walking. Right at joy's barring row. Yes oh or just walking around just looking at stuff shopping and ocean here. Maybe it looks nice. There's a lot of people there was real so busy. The weather was really nice and us as Wanted to go in there. Make a reservation. Because we're really busy and as we're walking into all my right side on the left side and joey has like an outdoor seating area than an indoor as well and we're walking like pass the outdoor seating area and i seen ex employees..

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