Dr. David Haase, MD is a renowned medical educator trained at Vanderbilt and Mayo Clinic. His expertise touches on a wide range of specialties from personalized computational systems medicine, brain performance optimization, and more. Dr. Haase is also the author of the best selling book Curiosity Heals The Human, and he presented a TED talk in which he described how treating dementia starts by changing our paradigms about health and disease.
In this week’s episode of the Smart Business Revolution Podcast, host John Corcoran interviews Dr. David Haase about the newest developments in biohacking and longevity. Dr. Haase explains what blood washing or therapeutic plasma exchange refers to and what it involves, and he also shares details about a study done on mice to investigate the blood washing procedure.
Here’s a Glimpse of What You’ll Hear:
- Dr. Haase talks about a journal article about research done at UC Berkeley
- What does the process of blood washing involve, how long does it take, and can it be done on humans?
- How frequently should a patient do blood washing and why do few clinics do it?
- The training process for blood washing and the problem posed by the lack of medical specialty for the procedure
- Dr. Haase discusses a blood washing study done on mice and the results observed from this study
- What does it take for clinics to offer blood washing therapy and how much does it cost?
- Why there is a lot of resistance to innovation in health care
- What people with family members with Alzheimer’s Disease or Dementia should do
- Dr. Haase explains the benefits of blood donation
- Dr. David Haase’s website
- Dr. David Haase on LinkedIn
- Curiosity Heals The Human by Dr. David Haase
- The Super Humanizing Podcast
- The American Medical Association
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Welcome to the Revolution, the smart business revolution podcast where we ask today’s most successful entrepreneurs to share the tools and strategies they use to build relationships and connections to grow their revenue. Now, your host for the revolution. John Corcoran.
John Corcoran 0:40
Hey, everyone, john corporate here, could there be a new fountain of youth bonus episode I share an interview which raises a real question about whether there could be this is an interview I conducted with one of our clients on his podcast, but I wanted to share it here as well because I think the topic was really eye opening the client, I’m interviewing Dr. David Haase and he’s a pioneer in systems medicine, which integrates science, philosophy, data, and other areas to reveal new possibilities for creating health, optimizing human performance, and even reversing dementia. So in this episode, we talk about a new development in the world of biohacking. It’s a bit technical, I’ll warn you, but hopefully you will follow along because we discussed some exciting new medical research which could add some big implications. Enjoy.
Dr. David Haase 1:29
Hello Dr. David Haase here. So host to the super humanizing Podcast, where we explore how new developments in systems medicine enable us to work with our bodies, not against them to treat complex chronic disease and really create health from the ground up. I have John Corcoran here who’s done thousands of interviews with some of the top health and longevity experts. We’ve flipped the script today, and he’s going to be interviewing me to talk about some recent developments.
John Corcoran 2:00
Right, thanks so much for taking the time to talk with me Dr. Haase. This is gonna be really interesting. First, let me tell everyone those who don’t know about you. Dr. Haase is a renowned medical educator trained at Vanderbilt, and Mayo Clinic. His expertise touches a wide range of specialties. He’s also the author of the best selling book, curiosity heals the human and presented a TED talk in which he describes how treating dementia starts by changing our paradigms about health and disease. And now in this episode, we’re going to be talking about new development myths in the world of biohacking and longevity research. And you know, Dr. Haase we were talking beforehand about a new journal article, medical journal article, which came out recently, as a result of some really groundbreaking research that was done at UC Berkeley. And why don’t you share a little bit about what that article was about and why it was so groundbreaking?
Dr. David Haase 2:53
Yeah, absolutely. You know, nerds like me get really excited with things like journal articles, right? Other people may say, Wow, what a great car that was or what a great meal. I mean, I get, I get all excited about exactly, you know, having somebody find a new piece of information to kind of understand reality is that’s really what science is. Science is the exploration of reality and always trying to find out where we were wrong before. Scientists are just about changing your mind again and again. And we have to keep changing our mind with thank goodness, because we don’t want life to be just the way we are right? We want progress. So yeah, this article came out of the Journal of aging, and it’s a very mainline well renowned journal, mellowed, Millipore was the primary author and included in the journal where some very important researchers Michael and I arena convoy and I’ll tell you by their importance later. But in this article, they did some amazing experiments on mice to prove that the by just removing old plasma out of old mice and replacing it with albumin, which is the major protein that comes from mice, or needles is in the blood. If you just did what we’d call a blood washing, or more specifically a therapeutic plasma exchange, and you just got really old plasma. What happened is multiple different tissues started to rejuvenate. They started to act young and have, you know, a youth suffocation that began, it’s really a confirmatory result of a lot of prior research that has come up till this point. And for those of us who are very interested in creating health. This gives us an opportunity to look completely different at a problem and to have a higher level of certainty that by removing old plants, we can actually help reset the body’s healing setpoint and make a big difference. I believe in health and longevity long term. So it has a huge number of applications. Wow.
John Corcoran 5:25
So I know this is probably a ways off. But is this a possibility? You think this is this blood washing ease as you describe it? the removal of old plasma replacement with a sailing albumin? You know, I’m not a doctor. But is that something that could happen in humans that they could recreate this therapy in humans?[continue to page 2]