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Great episode but the good doctor has perfected the great American academic skill of talking until you have something to say. more
I might have bought the book since I’ve assisted on Trans surgeries as a scrub nurse, but the author came across as afraid what her numbers indicate. To say the “charities” didn’t “bully” the clinic? What else do you call it when one is afraid to contradict something/someone so much they don’t talk at all? Sounds like bullying to me. How many patients could they have saved by opening their mouths when they knew it was wrong. Shame.
I loved your podcast with Theo Von so much that I also watched it on YouTube. For the love of God please have fewer commercials. I understand monetizing your content and I have never before commented on a podcast. I felt compelled because I was getting angry at all the commercial breaks. I
Absolute dynamite interview.
Didn’t expect this podcast to be so enthralling. Terrific guest with an engaging manner. Kk and FF rule!
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TRIGGERnometry launched 5 years ago and published 464 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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