Save Your Cells: Discussing The Future Of Stem Cell Treatment With Drew Taylor
Finding Genius Podcast
Are you wondering how to bank your stem cells for future use in a non-invasive way? If so, turn your attention towards Drew Taylor, the CEO of Acorn Biolabs. Acorn Biolabs is a company that provides the “first non-invasive solution to preserving your younger follicle cells for use in future cell treatments.” Drew has always been passionate about health science, and after playing professional baseball while simultaneously completing his Ph.D., he dedicated his professional career to researching tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. Offer: This Podcast is Sponsored by Lost Empire Herbs. Right now, Lost Empire Herb’s bestselling Pine Pollen is now available for just one penny, plus shipping and handling. Go to www.GeniusPollen.com to find out more and grab yourself a bag today. No hidden charges, no trial offer, no shenanigans. Just a low cost way to try Lost Empire Herbs’ top product for next to nothing. If you’re looking for 100% natural hormonal support for men and women YOU’VE GOT TO TRY THIS.. Join us now to hear Drew address: The medical treatments that stem cells are being used for. How stem cells are enabling medical professionals to recreate human organs. Strategies doctors are using to give patients access to younger stem cells. Why stem cells “migrate to places of injury” in our bodies. Want to find out more information about Drew Taylor and his work with Biolabs? Visit www.acorn.me now! Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9C
MIAMI NICE: "Exceptional" w/Drew Taylor and Charles Hood (from Light the Fuse)
One Heat Minute Productions
This episode hosts Katie Walsh and Blake Howard to celebrate Drew Taylor and Charles Hood’s incredible Mission: Impossible companion Light the Fuse podcast, whose 200th episode featured the one and only TOM CRUISE.Light the Fuse Podcast.Light the Fuse 200. ONE HEAT MINUTE PRODUCTIONSWEBSITE: ONEHEATMINUTE.COMPATREON: ONE HEAT MINUTE PRODUCTIONS PATREONTWITTER: @ONEBLAKEMINUTE @KATIEWALSHSTX & @OHMPODSDREW TAYLOR is a reporter for The Wrap. He has written for The New York Times, Vulture, Vanity Fair, The Playlist, and Collider. He also wrote The Art of Onward, which gives an inside look at the making of the 2020 Pixar film. The book is available to purchase here. He also co-hosts a weekly podcast about animation called Fine Tooning, which is available on all podcast platforms.Twitter: @drewtailoredInstagram: @drewtailoredCHARLES HOOD is a writer/director. He directed and co-wrote the film Night Owls, which is currently streaming on HBO Max and Kanopy. It’s also on demand on DirecTV and Spectrum, or you can rent it on other VOD platforms. He also directed the movie A Nasty Piece of Work, which is part of Blumhouse’s Into the Dark series and is streaming on Hulu. Check out more of his work on Vimeo.Twitter: @charlesh00dInstagram: @charlesh00dSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/one-heat-minute-productions/exclusive-contentAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
#223 Drew Taylor - Save Your Cells to Stay Younger
High Energy Girl
As an entrepreneur and regenerative medicine pioneer, Drew Taylor is making breakthrough medicine accessible for everyday people. Drew’s interest in regenerative medicine goes all the way back to seventh grade when he observed a total knee replacement. After the surgery, the doctor told him that, someday, people would use their own cells to heal their bodies. Ever since Drew’s fascination with regenerative medicine has only grown. Drew is used to juggling a full life; while obtaining his Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Toronto, Drew also competed as a pitcher in professional baseball. After a career-ending injury forced him to give up his sports career, Drew devoted himself fully to medicine, first working as part of Mount Sinai Hospital’s BioEngineering of Skeletal Tissues Team, then as Chief Science Officer at Epic Capital Management. Drew wanted to help people find a way to use their own tissue to live not only longer but better. So in 2017, Drew co-founded Acorn Biolabs, a company dedicated to helping more people access the future of regenerative medicine by providing affordable, accessible, and non-invasive cell banking. Cryopreservation isn’t just science fiction anymore; with Acorn, Drew helps people prepare to live longer, look better, and get ahead of aging so they are ready for the future of regenerative medicine.
Become the Best of Your Younger Self with Regenerative Medicine with Dr Drew Taylor | golf SMARTER #848
848: Dr Drew Taylor is a former MLB pitcher who is also the CEO of Acorn.me. We’re at the beginning of an anti-aging revolution and this Canadian company is unlocking the potential injury recovery, disease treatment, and more. Powered by your own cells, this regenerative process is simple and could add years to your life and the lives of your children. Forget politics, stem cell treatments are already making an impact today. Also in this episode host Fred Greene shares his connection to one of 2022 US Open winner Matt Fitzpatrick’s sponsors whom you’ve probably never heard of. Fred also details the round of his life from last week where he shot an incredible one over 73. This episode is brought to you by mygolfingstore.com/golfsmarter home of Eagle Eye Rangefinder. Golf Smarter listeners get 50% of the usual price and pay only $129!! Eagle Eye Rangefinder has all the premium features you need, like slope technology, an 800-yard range and a “flagpole lock” vibrating sensor. Take advantage of this limited time offer now at https://MyGolfingStore.com/golfsmarter This week on Golf Smarter Mulligans we we get tips and insights from Chuck Evans of Medicus Golf Institute on so many of golf’s details that are counter-intuitive. Be part of the podcast and introduce our next episode! Write to GolfSmarterPodcast@gmail.com and we’ll assign you an episode number and a brief script to record for the intro of the show. For your effort you’ll receive a Glove + Glove Compartment from RedRoosterGolf.com. At Red Rooster Golf, you can choose from 11 styles of gloves in 26 sizes so that they fit you properly! With Red Rooster Golf Gloves, you can say goodbye to funky, beat-up gloves and say hello to getting a well made, great fitting, tour-grade glove delivered to your door. Plus, with every glove you buy, they’ll donate a glove to youth golf. We thank RedRoosterGolf.com for giving a new glove to every Golf Smarter Ambassador who introduces an upcoming episode!
New Medicine in Sports!! Baseball Injury Prevention talk with Drew Taylor!
Triple Play Fantasy’s Baseball Show
We interview Dr. Drew Taylor, son of "Miracle Met" Ron Taylor. Drew talks about his playing career, as well as regenerative medicine and how this treatment can be useful in aiding future injuries! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
EP109: The Future of Regenerative Medicine with Dr. Drew Taylor and Sachin Patel
Sachin Patel and Dr. Drew Taylor discuss Drew’s early foray into medicine when he shadowed an orthopedic surgeon doing total knee arthroplasty, Drew’s interest in following his father into baseball and medicine, and how Drew earned his Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering. With that background, Drew started Acorn Biolabs, a laboratory that helps you cryogenically store young stem cells from your hair follicles against a future time when medical advances will allow you to use the stem cells to create new skin, tissues, and organs to prolong your life. Key Takeaways: [1:03] Sachin welcomes listeners to today’s episode! This is a special interview with Dr. Drew Taylor, a serial entrepreneur and professional athlete, who is helping extend people’s life spans using hair! Dr. Taylor plucks hair and freezes it cryogenically in a Toronto lab to preserve stem cells for future needs. [2:47] Dr. Taylor tells the story of his interest in biomedicine and longevity. He picked total-knee arthroplasty for his seventh-grade science fair project. He was permitted to scrub in and shadow a surgeon to observe a total knee replacement surgery. The next day, he accompanied the surgeon on rounds and watched the patient stand up out of bed and embrace the surgeon. [4:54] Drew talked to the surgeon about witnessing this emotional experience for the patient. The surgeon told him that the metal and plastic parts will eventually wear down and the patient will be back for revision surgery. The surgeon predicted that in the future this operation will be done with the patient’s cells to replace cartilage, bone, and tissues. [6:23] Years later, Drew worked at the same hospital on a biomedical skeletal tissues engineering team with the Division of Orthopedics, trying to engineer joints for patients on demand. It was his science fair experience that led him there. [8:42] Drew attended Baseball Spring Training after college but he was injured before the regular season, so he never played in the Major Leagues. He played for both the Blue Jays and the Phillies on their Minor League squads. Drew became a Ph.D. student in biomedical engineering at the University of Toronto while he played baseball. [11:22] Drew explains stem cells. The embryonic stem cell can form any cell. They are pluripotent. Other stem cells have started to develop but can still become one of several cells. They are multipotent. Technology takes time to develop to a level to benefit people. [16:36] Drew’s company Acorn Biolabs focuses on giving clients access to their cells. Taking donor cells always carries a risk of rejection or tumors. The patients receiving their cells is always the best choice. [18:19] Acorn Biolabs collects cells from clients while they are younger. Younger cells are better than older cells to leverage for the rest of your life. Sachin points out that nothing can fix your body better than it can fix itself. [22:04] Drew addresses how and when it is best to harvest cells. Acorn harvests hair follicles, which have thousands of stem cells. The quality of the hair follicle begins to decline as early as in the twenties. About 50 hair follicles are plucked per client and placed in a solution. [24:59] Drew explains the process for protecting the harvested cells for transport and freezing them to -190 degrees Celsius for when you need them in the future. [27:50] Acorn Biolabs has some amazing methodologies they use to develop different cells you may need or the frozen cells can be sent to the laboratory of your choice. Drew lists some of the products the cells can produce. [31:22] Drew shares an example of a use case in research and development: creating your pancreas islet beta cells to produce insulin for type 1 diabetics. This project will take years before human application. Other use cases are closer, such as producing collagen to deliver to the skin. Hair regrowth and wound closures are other potential use cases and sports injuries. [34:05] Drew’s brother is a type 1 diabetic. Drew made sure his follicles were banked as quickly as possible so he would have his youngest cells cryogenically preserved and available. Drew believes in his brother’s lifetime we will see these things made possible. [34:41] Drew addresses correcting problems with auto-immune diseases. Auto-immune problems are multi-layered and will take time to solve. Gene editing technologies like CRISPR can help eliminate some problems. Three-D printing of organs is on the horizon. [37:13] The biggest ethical considerations have been mitigated. The new technologies do not use embryonic stem cells. We can reprogram your cells. The importance is in intercepting your cells at their best. [39:11] It’s difficult to predict for any individual at what age cells are not viable. Acorn Biolabs does not put a cut-off age for individuals to harvest their cells. The younger, the better. [41:51] Drew says there’s a law of diminishing returns in working to maximize your health through lifestyle changes before harvesting your follicles. We are always getting older. Don’t wait too long. Sachin’s lifestyle health programs last 10 to 12 weeks, so you can do both. [44:46] Drew shares how people can get in touch with Acorn Biolabs for more information. [45:39] Sachin thanks Drew Taylor for this dialog, invites patients and practitioners to consider this process for themselves, and signs off until the next episode. Mentioned in this episode Perfect Practice Live University of Toronto Toronto Blue Jays Philadelphia Phillies Stem Cells CRISPR Tissue Engineering Technologies More about today’s guest Dr. Drew Taylor Acorn Biolabs: Acorn Biolabs Dr. Drew Taylor on LinkedIn: Drew Taylor Dr. Drew Taylor on Twitter: Drew Taylor More about your host Sachin Patel How to speak with Sachin Go one step further and Become The Living Proof Perfect Practice Live email@example.com Books by Sachin Patel: Perfect Practice: How to Build a Successful Functional Medical Business, Attract Your Ideal Patients, Serve Your Community and Get Paid What You’re Worth The Motivation Molecule: The Biological Secrets To Eliminate Procrastination, Skyrocket Productivity, and Get Sh!t Done
Leveraging Technology for Your Healthiest Future Self with Dr. Drew Taylor
The Over 50 Health & Wellness Podcast
Do you remember the cartoon the Jetsons? How everything seemed so futuristic? And while we’re still aways from flying cars and having Rosie the robot clean our houses and wait on our beckon call, the future is here and it’s incredible. The Jetsons released their first episode 60 years ago back in 1962. Back before the internet. Before cell phones. Before 8 tracks, CDs, VHS tapes or DVDs. Before fax machines. And way before we had the ability to bank your stem cells and cryogenically freeze them for future use.My guest today is Dr. Drew Taylor. Drew is the co-founder and CEO of Acorn Biolabs, which is a company specializing in helping people preserve their own cells for help them prepare for future needs. Drew was a standout colligate athlete and professional baseball player, but ultimately got his PhD in biomedical engineering and now leads the charge to bringing accessible, non-invasive and affordable live cell collection and preservation to everyone.Join us this week as Drew shares how he went from a baseball player to CEO of a biomedical startup, and why people like you and me (and our children and grandchildren) should consider banking our cells today for a healthier tomorrow. I started our interview by asking Drew how he got interested in cell banking.You can connect with Drew and Acorn Biolabs in the following ways:Acorn BiolabsWebsite - https://get.acorn.me/Instagram – @acornbiolabsFacebook - @acornbiolabsDr. Drew TaylorTwitter – @DrewWTaylorInstagram - @drdrewtaylor Join the Over 50 Lean Body Blueprint private Facebook group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/3172506236368032
383. The Top 10 Films of 2021 with Charles Hood and Drew Taylor
My Favorite Album with Jeremy Dylan
Today we take a detour into movie land with filmmaker Charles Hood and film journalist Drew Taylor (hosts of the Light the Fuse podcast) and count down our ten favorite films from 2021. It was an incredible movie year, and while we have a fair bit of crossover, we also have some bitter disagreements as we discuss and champion films ranging from shaggy dog coming of age stories to epic sci-fi sequels, noirish crime dramas to deranged comedies and beyond. What films do we discuss? You’ll have to listen to find out.
Drew Taylor is a partner at Digitalis Ventures. Digitalis has a $100M human health fund, a $100M pet health fund and $30M for venture creation. We also discuss being part of a family business and why founders in pet health are great people to work with.
We were joined this week by welsh stand up comedian Drew TaylorThis has been edited from an episode from our weekly show that streams LIVE @ 9pm Every Tuesday on Facebook LIVE, TWITCH and YOUTUBE.https://www.thosedamncrows.com/crowcastvideo See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.