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Join the nano-rare disease community! Interviews features leading physicians, scientists, biotech experts, and patient advocates. Lessons teach core concepts about drugs. Our host Dr. Crooke has led the creation of antisense technology and his foundation, n-Lorem, is using this powerful technology to discover, develop, and provide personalized experimental antisense oligonucleotide medicines to nano-rare patients for free, for life. n-Lorem is a non-profit organization established to apply t ...
 
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If your car’s oil filter is clogged, it’ll lead to severe issues within your engine. The same goes for the blood filters of your body... but worse. The kidneys filter water-salable waste from the blood. As kidneys fail, waste builds up. A blockage in your kidneys may cause a heart attack, stroke, or kidney failure. Detecting kidney disease early on…
 
There is so much filtration around you, you may not even notice. Your water, coffee, air, gasoline, and social media feeds... all filtered. So is your blood! It's just a part of everyday life at this point. This episode of the Patient Empowerment Program focuses on the functions of the spigot of the cardiovascular system – the Kidneys. Their main j…
 
Drip... Drip. When your pipes are leaking, it's never a good thing. Who you gon’ call, YOUR DOCTOR! The next lesson in our ‘pipe’-line focuses on the pipes of the cardiovascular system - the Arteries and Veins. Learn about the arterial and venous systems that manage blood flows with differing pressures, high and low. However, both systems have mech…
 
This episode is sponsored by our partner, Parexel, one of the world’s largest clinical research organizations (CROs) providing the full range of Phase I to IV clinical development services. Parexel provides clinical operations, real-world data solutions, medical and regulatory expertise and innovative clinical research tools that significantly enha…
 
In this episode, Stan continues his lecture series on organs, concluding his lesson on the pump of the cardiovascular system, the Heart. Organs are individual tissue components that help meet the needs of an entire organism (that's you). The heart is one of the most important, complex, and fascinating organs in your body - and we couldn't squeeze i…
 
In this episode, Stan continues his lecture series on organs, focusing on the pump of the cardiovascular system – the Heart. Organs are individual tissue components that help meet the needs of an entire organism (that’s you). The heart is one of the most important, complex, and fascinating organs in your body. Learn all about the heart that’s worki…
 
This episode is sponsored by our partner, Ultragenyx, a biopharmaceutical company focused on the development and commercialization of novel therapies for serious rare and ultra-rare genetic diseases! Ultragenyx has been a loyal and proud supporter of n-Lorem and our patients. Stan talks with a rare disease treatment advocate and the CEO, President …
 
Focusing on the cardiovascular system, Stan starts a new lecture series on organs. No, not the state in the Pacific Northwest and definitely not the large piped musical keyboard you’d find in a church or a ballpark. We’re talking about the collection of tissues within the body that perform vital functions for life. Organs! Part 1 focuses on that wa…
 
When Stan Crooke, M.D., Ph.D., ran Ionis and John Maraganore, Ph.D., ran Alnylam, they were partners that turned into rivals — and not always friendly ones — as they persevered to pursue an entirely new therapeutic space; RNA-targeted drug discovery and development. Now, the pair of drug discovery titans have united once again in support of Dr. Cro…
 
This episode of the Patient Empowerment Program is brought to you by Argonaut Manufacturing Services! Argonaut provides contract manufacturing and sterile fill-finish services for biopharmaceutical, diagnostics and life science organizations. Argonaut’s expertise in sterile fill-finish is the last step in the complex process of providing personaliz…
 
In this episode, Stan talks with Sonja and Dr. Neil Shneider, associate professor of motor neuron disorders at Columbia Medical School, about Sonja’s daughter, Anna. She is 17 years old and suffers an aggressive, fatal form of ALS. ALS is rare in teenagers, and this form of ALS is the worst of the worst. Sonja tells Anna’s story initial symptom ons…
 
This episode provides an in depth explanation as to why ASO technology is often the best option for nano rare patients. Small molecule drugs and gene therapy are viable, but ASO technology is more broadly applicable. The latter portion of the episode is a history of the drug development industry, which has many lessons that will be beneficial for o…
 
In this episode, Stan speaks with Wendy Erler about her involvement in the treatment of patients with rare genetic disorders. From her start in the pharmaceutical industry, to her involvement with every major platform of drug development, to her position as vice president and head of patient advocacy at Alexion; Ms. Erler has always ensured that a …
 
In today's episode, Stan introduces the three major platforms for drug discovery. These are the technology platforms on which most of the drugs on the market and in development today are produced. By understanding the difference between these platforms, the listener can understand the differences between the drugs produced on these platforms. The t…
 
In this episode, Stan talks to Dr. Joe Gleeson about the role of genetics in neurology and pediatric patients with neurological conditions. Early in his training, Dr. Gleeson realized how prevalent it was that pediatric patients, especially those with neurological disorders, never received a diagnosis. Furthermore, in over half of these patients he…
 
This episode provides knowledge on science and drug discovery and development for patients and their families. With the educational series, listeners will learn the basic science behind drug discovery and development. Please Rate and Review us so that we can reach more potential patients and their family’s.…
 
Dr. Sessions Cole shares his career being a neonatal pulmonologist and his involvement in the undiagnosed diseases network, the UDN. Dr. Cole estimates that it can take up to 12 years to get a diagnosis for a patient with a rare genetic condition and that there could be as many as 30 million of these patients in the U.S. who are undiagnosed. The UD…
 
The second lesson of Dr. Stan Crooke's series which provides knowledge on science and drug discovery and development for patients and their families. With the educational series, listeners will learn the basic science behind drug discovery and development. In this episode, Stan provides an educational lecture on Biological Systems and Chemical Netw…
 
The first in Dr. Stan Crooke's lesson series to provide knowledge on science and drug discovery and development for patients and their families. With the educational series, listeners will learn the basic science behind drug discovery and development. In this episode, Stan provides an overview of n-Lorem and the progress the Foundation has made in …
 
Dr. Stan Crooke talks to Luke Rosen and Wendy Chung about Luke’s seven-year old daughter, Susannah. Susannah has a genetic mutation that is progressive and debilitating. Susannah is also an n-Lorem patient, which means that we are hard at work discovering and developing a personalized experimental ASO medicine just for her, for her specific mutatio…
 
We are excited to announce n-Lorem’s brand new podcast, the "Patient Empowerment Program". There are podcasts about genetics and rare diseases, but we didn’t find one focused on nano-rare diseases, conditions that affect 30 or less people in the world. Listen to this trailer to hear a sneak peak at what’s coming up on the podcast. There are going t…
 
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