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4 piece out of Portland."Thoughts of ‘best albums of the year’ come to mind. One that will be definitely on ... my list is the fourth, self-titled LP by Portland dream pop experts SOUVENIR DRIVER, released last April. It’s an enrapturing work of epic splendor."TURN UP THE VOLUME"an 8-track collection that spins dream pop and indie rock sensibilities into shoegazing swirls"Consequence of Sound ... more more

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Over the past year the volume of reports we’ve created—both in response to patient questions and our more elaborate proactive research agenda—has been impressive, though largely underused. In many cases, a particular report may only be shared with the one patient who asked for it. In other cases, maybe a dozen patients read it. But this work has largely remained internal. We’ve even created an internal helpdesk to moderate, organize, prioritize, and keep track of our work. (I love sending my requests to an email address that begins with [email protected]…)

Earlier this year one of my patients expressed his gratitude for the reports we had prepared for him. He suggested we make our work public as part of a subscription service. While we may indeed do this in the future, the other takeaway from his comment was that it was time to re-organize the blog, create a few different types of posts, and most of all, get back to some regularity.

Bob Kaplan, our head analyst, is a really amazing guy, and not just because he’s done more pullups than pretty much any one on earth, though that helps. (At a bodyweight of 185 pounds, Bob did a weighted pullup of 195 pounds [i.e., 195 pounds hanging from a chained waist-belt] … just 35 pounds shy of the world record .) Bob immediately had three great ideas when we kicked this idea around:

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As I get closer to the publication of the book (if I had to guess, Q4 2019), we’ll also start to release some other content related to the book, such as our on-camera interviews with some of the top scientists in the fields related to longevity. Once the book is out, we’ll also publish the “outtakes” (i.e., the stuff the publisher felt was too dense for the book).

And—eventually—what I really hope will come of all this is something that so many of you have been asking of me for years: an online forum where patients and doctors can find each other. Every week I get asked, at least a dozen times, some variant of the following question: “Peter, I live in So-and-so and I really wish I could find a doctor who understands X, Y, Z. Can you point me in the right direction?” 1 X, Y, Z can be anything from ketosis to HRT to nutritional approaches to cancer care to lipidology. I usually don’t have an answer for them but I’m convinced there is a way to play match.com for like-minded doctors and patients to find each other.

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