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Dr. Quay talks Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Steven Quay is the CEO of Atossa Therapeutics Inc. (Nasdaq:ATOS), a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company developing novel therapeutics for breast cancer and COVID-19. He received his M.D. and Ph.D. from The University of Michigan, was a postdoctoral fellow in the Chemistry Department at MIT with Nobel Laureate H. Gobind Khorana, a resident at the Harvard-MGH Hospital, and spent almost a decade on the faculty of Stanford University School of Medicine. Contact Dr....

seattle Ask Dec 29 11:34  
Dr Steven Quay Does Intermittent Fasting Really

This is a post originally from Emily Monoco at Organic Authority. Intermittent fasting has been touted high and low as the ideal anti-inflammatory diet; we even did a deep dive into the ins and outs of intermittent fasting (and busted a few intermittent fasting myths). While the practice exists in many forms, the basic principle never wavers: restricting eating to a small window to reap purported benefits including improved health, clearer skin, better sleep, and more. So when a recent study...

seattle Ask Dec 17 13:35  
A Guide to Keeping Your Body and Mind Nourished

If the COVID-19 outbreak is preventing you from getting to the gym, yoga studio, meditation center, grocery store—or anywhere else you rely on to stay physically, mentally, and emotionally fit—you’ll be glad to know that your health and wellness goals don’t need to suffer during the pandemic. To assist you in staying true to these goals, we’ve compiled some resources on working out, eating nutritiously, and practicing self-care during COVID-19—all from the comfort of your home. Healthy Eating ...

seattle Ask Dec 15 12:40  
Dr. Quay the COVID-19 HOPE Clinical Trial

1. I am a duly licensed physician in all areas where I will utilize the Protocol. I will use the Protocol in compliance with all laws, rules and regulations and protect patient safety and rights. 2. Dr. Quay and his assignees and designees have the right to reference all study information and data I may generate with use of the Protocol, including any modifications to the Protocol, including for all regulatory purposes. 3. Dr. Quay and his assignees and designees are not responsible or liable...

seattle Ask Dec 8 12:24  
Dr. Quay has 87 US Patents issued for his inventio

Iron-based MRI imaging agents Alzheimer's Disease imaging agents Non-ionic MRI imaging agents Vitamin B6-mimetic MRI contrast agents for liver-specific imaging Improvements in MRI safety Vitamin B6 nuclear medicine imaging agent The foundational invention in the field of ultrasound contrast agents, fluorocarbon gases Diagnosing infertility by MRI Medical device for non-invasive breast cytology test Cancer emulsion formulations for improved efficacy Nasal spray to prevent breast...

seattle Ask Dec 1 11:54  
Dr. Steven Invention Calcitonin-Salmon Nasal Spray

Calcitonin salmon is used to treat osteoporosis in women who are at least 5 years past menopause and cannot or do not want to take estrogen products. Osteoporosis is a disease that causes bones to weaken and break more easily. Calcitonin is a human hormone that is also found in salmon. It works by preventing bone breakdown and increasing bone density (thickness). Calcitonin, a 32-amino acid linear polypeptide hormone that is produced in humans primarily by the parafollicular cells of the...

seattle Ask Nov 29 19:04  
Dr. Steven Quay Nascobal Spray is a FDA-APPROVED

NASCOBAL® (Cyanocobalamin, USP) Nasal Spray is a prescription medicine used as a supplement to treat vitamin B12 deficiency. It is designed to bypass the GI tract and be absorbed directly into the bloodstream. It is clinically proven to have increased and maintained healthy vitamin B12 levels. NASCOBAL® is a tasteless and odorless fine mist with a convenient, once-weekly dosing regimen: 1 spray, 1 nostril, 1x a week. Contact Dr. Quay info@drquay.com (206) 289-0394‬ 107 Spring Street Sea...

seattle Ask Nov 25 14:53  
Dr. Steven Quay Invention ECHOGEN is a transpulmon

ECHOGEN is a transpulmonary echocardiographic contrast agent for use in patients with suspected or established cardiovascular disease to provide opacification of cardiac chambers, enhance left ventricular border delineation with resulting improvement in wall motion visualisation. It was originally approved for use in Europe in 1998 but is no longer available on the market. Contact Dr. Quay info@drquay.com (206) 289-0394‬ 107 Spring Street Seattle, WA 9...

seattle Ask Nov 23 12:05  
Dr. Steven Quay Invention DEFINITY® has a proven

DEFINITY® has a proven safety profile and has been used in more than 7 million echocardiography patients in multiple clinical settings. DEFINITY® offers a proven diagnostic advantage that optimizes patient management, outcomes and cost-effectiveness through: small and consistently-sized durable microbubbles extensive safety experience several administration options to meet patient- and practice-specific needs Contact Dr. Quay info@drquay.com (206) 289-0394‬ 107 Spring Street Seattle, WA ...

seattle Ask Nov 20 15:13  
Dr. Steven Quay Invention Optison is a sterile

(Perflutren Protein-Type A Microspheres Injectable Suspension, USP) is a sterile non-pyrogenic suspension of microspheres of human serum albumin with perflutren for contrast enhancement during the indicated ultrasound imaging procedures. OPTISON is indicated for use in patients with suboptimal echocardiograms to opacify the left ventricle and to improve the delineation of the left ventricular endocardial borders. OPTISON is sold by GE Healthcare. Contact Dr. Quay info@drquay.com (206)...

seattle Ask Nov 18 15:57  
Dr. Steven Quay Invention Teslascan is a contrast

Mangafodipir (sold under the brand name Teslascan as mangafodipir trisodium) is a contrast agent delivered intravenously to enhance contrast in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the liver. It has two parts, paramagnetic manganese (II) ions and the chelating agent fodipir (dipyridoxyl diphosphate, DPDP). Normal liver tissue absorbs the manganese more than abnormal or cancerous tissue. The manganese shortens the longitudinal relaxation time (T1), making the normal tissue appear brighter in...

seattle Ask Nov 16 6:38  
Dr. Steven Quay Invention OMNISCAN is the world’s

OMNISCAN is the world’s first non-ionic MRI contrast agent and has been administered to over 40 million patients during the past 15 years. It improves healthcare by helping diagnose disease earlier and showing treatments are working. OMNISCAN is a gadolinium-based contrast agent for diagnostic magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) indicated for intravenous use to: Visualize lesions with abnormal vascularity in the brain, spine, and associated tissues. Facilitate the visualization of lesions with ...

seattle Ask Nov 4 16:12  
Dr. Steven Quay What causes dense breast tissue?

The normal breast (right) contains the yellow “stroma” that surrounds the milk-making tissues (here, purple) of the breast. The microscopic image at the bottom shows the two tissues of the stroma: the “dense” pink fibrous tissue and the “non-dense” clear, open fatty tissue. It’s not clear why some women have a lot of dense breast tissue and others do not. You may be more likely to have dense breasts if you: Are younger. Your breast tissue tends to become less dense as you age, though some wom...

seattle Ask Oct 28 6:51  
Dr. Steven Quay What is dense breast tissue?

Dr. Steven Quay What is dense breast tissue? How is breast density determined? Dense breast tissue refers to the appearance of breast tissue on a mammogram. It’s a normal and frequent finding. Breast tissue is composed of glands that make milk during breast feeding, ducts that conduct milk to the nipple, and supportive tissue (dense breast tissue), and fatty tissue (nondense breast tissue). Dense breast tissue is whiter on a mammogram which makes it difficult to see through. Fatty tissue i...

seattle Ask Oct 16 9:34