Welcome To Weird Medicine!

Slide

150 – Homeopathy Doesn’t Make You a Bad Person

Get access to the full Weird Medicine Archive for only $1.99/month! Included is every RiotCast show, extra content, music, interviews and after-the-show bonus questions!

CLICK HERE FOR WEIRD MEDICINE PREMIUM CONTENT

Dr Steve and Crew celebrate the return of PA John and a Lady Di-free show, discuss homeopathy and serial dilution, tetanus vaccine and brain cancer, pain clinics, other stuff.

 

amazon.doctorsteve.com

 

simplyherbals.net

Right Click Here to Dowload this Episode

149 – Sharp Pins and Needles in Ass Cheeks and Testicles

Get access to the full Weird Medicine Archive for only $1.99/month! Included is every RiotCast show, extra content, music, interviews and after-the-show bonus questions!

CLICK HERE FOR WEIRD MEDICINE PREMIUM CONTENT

Dr Steve and crew discuss DHEA, Vaping, gout and a guy with some weird symptoms below the belt.

 

amazon.doctorsteve.com

simplyherbals.net

Right Click Here to Dowload this Episode

148 – Herpes and Queues

Get access to the full Weird Medicine Archive for only $1.99/month! Included is every RiotCast show, extra content, music, interviews and after-the-show bonus questions!

CLICK HERE FOR WEIRD MEDICINE PREMIUM CONTENT

Dr Steve and crew discuss Tongkat Ali, Crohn’s Disease, Vaping, proctitis (itchy arse-hole), hair growth side effects, and a guy dating a girl with herpes.

 

amazon.doctorsteve.com

 

simplyherbals.net

Right Click Here to Dowload this Episode

Abscopal Effect and Malignant Melanoma

[This one is a rare effect, but if they can just figure out how to trigger it consistently (research is ongoing) this would be a kickass weapon in the war against malignant melanoma and some other cancers.   A more general article on the abscopal effect can be found on Wikipedia, but here’s a quickie from Oncology Nurse Advisor.   –dr steve]

A recent melanoma case featuring the abscopal effect, in which local radiotherapy delivered to a single tumor results in the regression of metastatic cancer at a distance from the irradiated site, may lay the groundwork …

Measles and Multiple Myeloma

[Another interesting idea…if you know someone with refractory multiple myeloma, they may qualify for a clinical trial in vaccine therapy (take THAT, anti-vaxxers!)  –dr steve]

from cnn.com

A woman with an incurable cancer is now in remission, thanks, doctors say, to a highly concentrated dose of the measles virus.

For 10 years, Stacy Erholtz, 49, battled multiple myeloma, a deadly cancer of the blood. Doctors at the Mayo Clinic say she had received every type of chemotherapy drug available for her cancer and had undergone two stem cell transplants, only to relapse time …

Striking Results With T-Cell Immunotherapy in Cervical Cancer

[I used to say we were 100 years away from a more generalized approach to cancer therapy.  In the end, barring some unforeseen breakthrough, cancer “cures” will come from the realm of immunology.  The immune system is perfectly appointed to eradicate cancer cell by cell, molecule by molecule, but it only works if it actually recognizes the cancer as abnormal.  Turning on the immune system to recognize cancer cells as foreign is the purpose of a lot of research right now and this is the outcome of a small pilot study.  This makes me think the time horizon is …

147 – Two Tons of Dumb

Get access to the full Weird Medicine Archive for only $1.99/month! Included is every RiotCast show, extra content, music, interviews and after-the-show bonus questions!

CLICK HERE FOR WEIRD MEDICINE PREMIUM CONTENT

Dr Steve and crew discuss gluten “sensitivity,” paleolithic diets, a very abbreviated Lady Di call (we cut out 30 minutes, you’re welcome), Lady Trucker, and some other crap.

 

amazon.doctorsteve.com

simplyherbals.net

Right Click Here to Dowload this Episode

146 – Episiotomy Blues: Didja Make a Cloaca?

Get access to the full Weird Medicine Archive for only $1.99/month! Included is every RiotCast show, extra content, music, interviews and after-the-show bonus questions!

CLICK HERE FOR WEIRD MEDICINE PREMIUM CONTENT

Sleep apnea, snoring, urethral spasms in women, measles vaccine, Bree’s episiotomy, cancer cures, and LADY TRUCKER IS SINGLE AGAIN GUYS!

 

amazon.doctorsteve.com

Right Click Here to Dowload this Episode

145 – Shingles Schmingles

Get access to the full Weird Medicine Archive for only $1.99/month! Included is every RiotCast show, extra content, music, interviews and after-the-show bonus questions!

CLICK HERE FOR WEIRD MEDICINE PREMIUM CONTENT

In which we discuss post-herpetic neuralgia (shingles pain), a hot woman with a patriotic illness, concussions in kids, and myths about water (of all things).

 

amazon.doctorsteve.com

Right Click Here to Dowload this Episode

Eat Fiber and Die – 1987

Ok, I recorded this in my little bedroom studio in 1987 with a Korg DSS-1 sampling synthesizer.  I was an idiot.  There was overwhelming response to this being played on my show (none of it positive, mind you) so I thought I’d post it here for your non-enjoyment.  Drive your significant other crazy with it, pretending to like it.

It’s titled “Eat Fiber and DIE” for no other reason than hipsters were (correctly) extolling the virtues of fiber at the time and I was an ass.  If you can’t understand it, the refrain is “Someone roll me a GREAT BIG ‘SPLEEF’, …

Weird Medicine is on Sirius 206, XM103 on Saturday night at 8pm Eastern! Replays  are at various times (at Erock’s pleasure).

Podcasts go live here, iTunes, or RiotCast at 10:30pm Tuesdays.

Check out our LIVE podcasts (schedule irregular, follow @weirdmedicine on twitter for up-to-date information)!

Click here to suscribe in iTunes!

The best way to listen is on the WeirdMedicine app, via the app store or GooglePlay!

Get a Bristol Stool Scale Mug and check out our merchandise..  Some of it is actually amusing.

Don’t forget our Weird Medicine store!  We’re working on it!

“We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.”