My first interview of 2022 is with the incomparable Dr. Steven Eisenberg.
Dr. Steven attended medical school at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his medical oncology and hematology fellowship at Georgetown University Medical Center. He’s triple-board certified in Internal Medicine, Medical Oncology, and Hematology and sees patients at a private practice called cCARE in San Diego, California.
Dr. Steven is also known as “the singing oncologist” and is the host of The Dr. Steven Show. He’s a married father of three and author of Love is the Strongest Medicine: Notes from a Cancer Doctor on Connection, Creativity, and Compassion.
Dr. Steven and I had a chance meeting at midnight at a health conference many years ago. I’ve wanted to interview him ever since and we finally made it happen. Dr. Steven Eisenberg is an incredible human and physician. You’re gonna love him.
-Dr. Steven’s journey to medicine [4:05]
-The mind-body connection to health [5:00]
-Dr. Steven’s near-death experience [7:15]
-Don’t live with regrets [10:20]
-Osteopathic medicine explained [14:00]
-Why is chemo like a loaded gun? [18:55]
-What Dr. Steven loves about oncology [22:08]
-L.O.V.E. is the strongest medicine [24:15]
-There’s a major compassion crisis in medicine [25:24]
-Dr. Steven’s career took a u-turn [27:00]
-Dr. Steven ‘tunes in’ to his patients [30:35]
-The tale of two oncologists [35:17]
-What patients deserve [38:50]
-Dr. Steven’s new book [42:10]
-Why getting a second opinion is important [45:58]
-How conventional treatments are improving [52:06]
-Restoring a patient’s power [56:52]
-Preventing cancer is also beating it [1:07:25]
-Small change adds up [1:08:37]
-The Flavie effect [1:11:32]
-A shining light to patients [1:14:31]
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