And, um,  I am fine doing with doing this drop of blood.
No pain.

It was very successful.

So small that you can barely feel it. That’s the challenge. When she was 21, Elizabeth called Lucas from China and he would hear her speaking Mandarin in the background. I’m not sure he’s really in the case of a deceiver. He just makes it up as he goes along. So that was one side, that’s the entrepreneur side, but she was in the medical side. He died a week later, according to As Gibbons's widow Rochelle told me in 2015, "Elizabeth Holmes called me after Ian died without expressing sympathy.

This young lady comes in; I think she probably was 21 years old at the time and had left Stanford, didn’t graduate, and she had a company called Theran[os].

I think it’s very clear that this is a wonderful time for the convergence of, sort of, the electronic and IT infrastructure with bio-systems. Many Thanks to our PodMaster: Colm MacMonagail, Voxonix Studio, Galway, Ireland www.voxonic.ie voxonicstudio@gmail.com . By 2015, Forbes had named Holmes Her parents heard through their channels that she could improve her chances if she took a summer program there and learned a language. Recorded at KQED in San Francisco Tech Nation Media retains full rights regarding this transcript, the raw audio it reflects, and the final edited audio which aired over NPR Now and other broadcast and Internet venues. Our kids grew up with their kids. They were jealous of our family. To find out, Ask The Naked Scientists!Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for EveryoneBrain Science was launched in 2006 by Dr. Ginger Campbell, an experienced emergency physician with a passion for exploring how recent discoveries in neuroscience are revealing how our brains make us who we are. I became a Forbes contributor in April 2011. HOLMES: No, it hasn’t. And I thought this was going to be a short conversation. The funny thing is is that visual words work really well on the radio.
Or are you, where are you?HOLMES: Okay, our first applications are actually in monitoring acute painkillers, and that device is going into, sort of, the production phase. That was jaw-dropping to me," he said at the Television Critics Association press tour.The doc, which explores Holmes' grand plans to revolutionize blood-testing, will debut on March 18 after first premiering at Sundance. She'll be what she'll be. She told me that she needed all his Theranos papers returned to the company. Many Thanks to our PodMaster: Colm MacMonagail, Voxonix Studio, Galway, Ireland www.voxonic.ie voxonicstudio@gmail.com (to engineer) You’re rollin’?GUNN: The Center for Drug Evaluation and Research at the FDA has just reported that … (to engineer) yeah, it’s me with the, with the mouth, the creaky sound… yeah, yeah, no, no, no, no, I’m glad you did, OK. (restart) The Center for Drug Evaluation and Research at the FDA has just reported that in 2004, over 400,000 Americans reported adverse drug reactions, and 100,000 Americans died. Ah. Ok, so we got the wireless portion, and we got the thing. It’s a very small handheld device, so once the device begins working, it’s a real-time event in which the blood sample is analyzed, and, and when it separates all the cells out and it identifies the markers it’s looking for, the first thing that happens is you get a signal, and it’s basically reflective of a concentration, or the presence or absence of certain cells you may be looking for.And when that happens, the electronic aspect of the device takes hold and transmit [sic] that data to our website, where we’ve written what is basically biostatistics algorithms to correlate that information, and profile it. Let’s see, how do I want to say this. As he said in the Berkeley interviewShe had no background in business, and so it’s quite presumptuous for somebody to say, “I’m going to be president of the company.” But there’s an important distinction. Ah.

Attribution should be given as “Unedited Tech Nation interview with Elizabeth Holmes, President & CEO, Theranos, by Dr. Moira Gunn, KQED, May, 2005”. Elizabeth, come back, see us all the time, every time, we really, (unintelligible) Elizabeth, come back and see us anytime, and we really look forward to seeing you.

As he researched, Gibney was also particularly absorbed by the press' role in Holmes' rise. 1.