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An afternoon with Bill White on the Tim Nixon Radio Show:
Interviewed by Bill for one of Patriot Voice Radio’s most popular shows (http://www.timnixonshow.com) broadcast from northern Michigan. We went over many of the book’s chapters and took and answered questions on November 25th, 2014:
First hour (trimmed down to 26’24”):


Second hour (in fact 25’24”):

 

A return interview for Health Professional Radio:
“Interviewed by Neal Howard (http://www.healthprofessionalradio.com.au/) for the Brisbane, Australia-based show, but with a worldwide audience.
How can these new “gene patches” beat Ebola? Click on the link below if you want some answers:


Interview aired on October 15th, 2014.”

A return interview for Car Concerns Radio USA:
“Interviewed again by Harry Douglas for the nationally syndicated Car Concerns Radio USA (http://www.carconcerns.com). This interview focused on the current Ebola outbreak in West Africa, with some patients being repatriated to the US for treatment, and in some cases returning to the US without knowing they were harboring the virus. Several US healthcare workers have now become infected and communicable disease experts and politicians are getting worried. Listen to how a gene patch for treating Ebola passed early human testing in 2011 but since then its development has been on hold due to US Government budget cuts.

(Show broadcast on October 6th, 2014)
Interviewed by Barry Morgan for the popular Montreal based Aaron Rand radio talk show:
Listen to the podcast (from 7’30” to 15’24”):

https://soundcloud.com/aaron-rand-show/june-30-gene-patches-gino-odjick-3-missing-israeli-teens-more – which was aired live on CJAD 800

Following on from an interview with Dr. Saul Isserow about Gino Odjick’s rare heart disease – amyloidosis (ironically a disease that may respond to a gene patch), I was asked about the new gene patches. What are they? How do they work? and why are drugs available in the US but not in Canada?
Interviewed live on Monday, June 30th, 2014

Interviewed by Anita Finley for her popular radio talk show:

http://www.wwnradio.com or http://www.wsbrradio.com” broadcast from Boca Raton, FL for a series of interviews with the Gerontologist, Anita Finley, as we talk about the new gene patches and the forthcoming Golden Age of Medicine. How will it affect the Baby Boomers?

Interviews:
April 23rd, 2014
May 28th, 2014
June 28th, 2014

Interviewed by Donna Seebo for her widely acclaimed radio talk show:
“Interviewed by Donna Seebo (http://www.delphiinternational.com/VisionBroadcasting/previous_shows.html) for her acclaimed show.

The Donna Seebo show is now heard in over 50 countries, as well as throughout the US.
Listen in as Donna shares some of her insights, experiences and her excitement at the coming Golden Age of Medicine. We discuss a wide range of topics including the current re-emergence of polio, bird and swine flu, rapidly emerging resistance of bacteria, hospital acquired infections, rare and common (heart) disease. How much did the first genome cost to sequence? How many drugs do we have at our disposal? What is mipomersen? What can we learn from animals?

Listen here: #42 June 3 2014 – Tue – Donna Seebo Show – Dr. Stephen Shrewsbury-PD – rec0601-165900.mp3 1:00:18

Interviewed for Car Concerns Radio USA:
“Interviewed by the irrepressible Harry Douglas for Tennessee-based but nationally syndicated Car Concerns Radio USA (http://www.carconcerns.com), not once but twice! I describe gene patches as the Rolls Royce of medicines which must have struck a chord. This show reaches millions of US drivers nationwide on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and now on Saturdays in 33 new radio markets across the USA!
What are these “gene patches”? How do they work? How can Harry get a new liver? Listen to the interview below for some answers, and I describe some of the analogies I use in the book:
http://www.spreaker.com/user/harrydouglas/car-concerns-radio-usa_20 (April 16th show, 2014) Interviewed on Wednesday, April 16th, and Thursday, May 1st, 2014.”

Interviewed for My Positive Perspective for KineticHiFi Radio:
“Interviewed by Jason Deierlein (http://www.kinetichifi.com) for the South Carlina-based show, My Positive Perspective (http://www.mypositiveperspective.com/) but with a worldwide audience.

What are these “gene patches”? How do they work? Listen to the interview below for some answers, and I describe some of the analogies I use in the book:

file:///Users/stephenshrewsbury/Downloads/My-Positive-Perspective_4-16-14_.mp3
Interviewed on Wednesday, April 16th, 2014.”
Interviewed for Health Professional Radio:
“Interviewed by Neal Howard (http://www.healthprofessionalradio.com.au/) for the Brisbane, Australia-based show, but with a worldwide audience.
What are the ethical dilemmas involved in using these “gene patches”?

Interviewed on Saturday, February 1st, 2014.”
Go to this link: http://www.healthprofessionalradio.com.au/1/post/2014/02/what-is-gene-patch-technology-and-how-could-it-potentially-stop-disease-and-other-ailments.html or click below:

Interviewed by Blue Funk Broadcasting for the Nationwide show:

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“Interviewed by Ric Bratton (http://www.bluefunkbroadcasting.com/) who hosts the nationally popular programs “This Week in America” and the daily “Just So You Know”. Interviewed on Thursday, January 30th, 2014.”
Show will be aired over the weekend of February 22nd/23rd, 2014.
Here is the link to the show: http://www.bluefunkbroadcasting.com/root/twia/drshrewsburyshow.mp3
And the show is available on iTunes (and can be downloaded free of charge): https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/this-week-in-america-ric-bratton/id725684127

Featured on blogtalkradio’s The Michael Dresser Show:
“Interviewed by Michael Dresser (www.dresserafterdark.com), for his popular Talk Show, Dr. Shrewsbury answered questions about “gene patches”, featured in his new book, Defy Your DNA, and other advances in medicine. The interview was broadcast live 5:30-5:50pm EST time on Wednesday, December 4th, 2013.”

Featured on 690KHNR~Doctor Health Radio:
“Interviewed by Dr. David Snow MD (www.doctorhealthradio.com), a board certified physician and “Talk-tologist” for Hawaii’s #1 Talk Show, Dr. Shrewsbury answered questions about “gene patches”, featured in his new book, Defy Your DNA, and other advances in medicine. The interview was broadcast live 10:10-11:00am Hawaiian time on Saturday, November 30th, 2013.”

Featured on CyberStationUSA show “On the Street”:
“Interviewed by Wayne Metrano (www.dqrm.com/onthestreet) for the leading cyber radio station which boasts one of the strongest broadcast lineups of any online radio platform in the world (http://www.dqrm.com/about/). CyberStationUSA has more than 4.5 million visitors per month and growing. Dr. Shrewsbury answered questions about “gene patches”, and about his book, Defy Your DNA. The interview was broadcast live 7:30 – 8:00pm EST on Tuesday, November 26th, 2013, and is available 24/7 on-demand at the station’s archive page.”

Listen to the complete 28 minute interview here:

Featured on 970WGTK~Intelligent Talk Radio:
“Interviewed by Dr. Stan Frager (www.frager.com) for the leading East Coast talk show Intelligent Talk (http://www.970wgtk.com), Dr. Shrewsbury answered questions about “gene patches”, and about his book, Defy Your DNA. The interview was broadcast live 8:00 – 9:00pm EST on Sunday, November 24th, 2013.”

Featured on KFWB~NEWS TALK 980:

“Interviewed by Dr. Joe Chambers for the leading Los Angeles Talk Radio station, Dr. Shrewsbury explained why Defy Your DNA heralds an exciting time ahead as we enter the Golden Age of Medicine. Interview broadcast on Saturday, June 1st, 2013.”

TESTIMONIALS:

“Thanks Steve. Really man……..you have become a hero to this old Italian New England broadcaster and if there is anything I can do to help…….I will”. Posted by Wayne Metrano host of “On The Street” radio show on www.CyberStationUSA.com after I was interviewed by him on air Tuesday, November 26th, 2013
“I have just finished your book. I must say that I am very impressed. You have explained a difficult topic very effectively. I particularly enjoyed your clever use of analogy. The glossary was also very useful for those, like me, with older brains.

DNA is certainly a hot topic – apart from medical aspect which was your focus, there is also the whole field of genetic engineering. Unfortunately, people hold entrenched opinions about scientific subjects of which they obviously understand very little – as exemplified by the frequent misuse of the term “it’s in our DNA”! So, theoretically, there should be demand for books which explain genetics, genomics and pharmocogenomics etc. so lucidly. Your book certainly fills a much-needed gap.” Posted by John Hicks BVSc former Veterinarian and Author of Pizzles in Paradise and A Wander in Vetland on 18 June 2013 (Visit http://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/johnxvet)

“Duchenne enters the homes of families around the world. Parents, at first unable to grasp its meaning, seek information and advice on-line. By definition, parents and family members become advocates, explaining what Duchenne means, what is it, what might happen, and what they hope for. They explain over and over again, until the story becomes a regular conversation. Duchenne, the unwanted guest, follows them around. It impacts every activity, every plan, every waking moment. And they necessarily become experts about their son. But more is required of them. They necessarily become experts in genetics, learning about and understanding the genetic cause of their son’s Duchenne, understand what happens to muscle because the structural protein, dystrophin, is absent, and what targets are being explored that may have the potential to stop or reverse the pathology.

Families meet often on-line and in person to talk about Duchenne and what they might do to change the landscape, to expedite treatments for their son, for all the boys. Often, they have opportunities to meet with clinicians and researchers discussing complicated subjects as genetics, muscle physiology, targets, assays, animal studies, toxicology packages, clinical protocols. And often, especially those that are new to the world of Duchenne, they ask: “Is there a book I could read? Something that would expand my knowledge, something that might clarify, explain, describe what I should know?”

Dr. Shrewsbury’s book, Defy Your DNA, is that book”. Posted by Pat Furlong, Founding President and CEO, Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy on 26 March 2013

“Dr. Stephen Shrewsbury will enthrall you while explaining why your DNA is not your destiny. Read this book if you are a seasoned health professional. Read this book if you are curious about cutting edge scientific advances and want lucid explanations of gene therapy and more. Read this book if you have a loved one with a rare disease. Read it now.” – Posted by Nancy R. Katz, Ph.D. President & Principal Medical Writing Consultant, Illyria Consulting Group, Inc. on 15 March 2013

“Dr. Shrewsbury’s book is an important work that vividly portrays to the lay reader and scientific community the ongoing evolution of modern medicine from a broad perspective and with a detailed examination of the central role of modulation of gene expression and repair of faulty DNA.”

“An insightful and comprehensive historical perspective on the foundation of modern medicine and a visionary outlook on exciting developments in the field of nucleic acid-based therapeutics.” – Posted by Doug Kornbrust PhD, DABT President of Preclinsight on 30 January 2013
“I must say that the story reads very well. It reminds me of when I read Future Shock (by the futurist Avin Toffler) a long time ago – one can quickly absorb the salient points” – Posted by Dwight Weller PhD Former Professor of Chemistry at Oregon State University and now Senior Vice President of AVI BioPharma on 7 September 2011