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PeerView (PVI) is a leading provider of high-quality, innovative continuing education (CME/CE/CPE and MOC) for clinicians and their interprofessional teams. Combining evidence-based medicine and instructional expertise, PeerView activities improve the knowledge, skills, and strategies that support clinical performance and patient outcomes. PeerView makes its educational programming and expert-led presentations and symposia available through its network of popular podcast channels to support ...
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'Will my bacon sandwich kill me?', 'Is vaping better than smoking?', 'How do you become an astronaut?' - just some of the Big Questions we ask some of the brightest minds behind Oxford science. Join us in each podcast as we explore a different area of science.
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PeerView (PVI) is a leading provider of high-quality, innovative continuing education (CME/CE/CPE and MOC) for clinicians and their interprofessional teams. Combining evidence-based medicine and instructional expertise, PeerView activities improve the knowledge, skills, and strategies that support clinical performance and patient outcomes. PeerView makes its educational programming and expert-led presentations and symposia available through its network of popular podcast channels to support ...
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The Lancet Respiratory Medicine publishes a range of article types in respiratory medicine and critical care. These include Original Research, Reviews, Personal Views, Comments, and News articles. Topics include but are not limited to asthma, COPD, tobacco control, critical care, lung cancer, cystic fibrosis, pneumonia, sarcoidosis, mesothelioma, sleep medicine, and respiratory infections.
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A podcast started by three inspired graduate students at the McMaster Immunology Research Centre. Every two weeks we will release an episode where we interview faculty and students about their career and experiences in the field of immunology. Follow us on Twitter @immunoNbeyond & Instagram @immunologyandbeyond for the latest updates!
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Immunology

Oxford University

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Immunology is the study of the body's defence mechanisms, from the barrier of skin to the workings of the cellular immune system. Our Immunology podcasts describe the work of NDM researchers to understand the molecular processes of the immune system, and its role in infection, inflammation, and disease.
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Lab Notes

Allen Institute

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The 21st century is the century of biology. Discoveries made in the lab today will shape the cures of tomorrow. Hosted by award-winning science writer Rachel Tompa and creator Rob Piercy, Lab Notes pulls back the curtain on the human stories behind headline-grabbing scientific studies and breakthroughs. Lab Notes is a production of the Allen Institute.
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Sound Optometry is the podcast from Docet that provides high quality continuing education and training for all UK-GOC-registered optometrists. Each month, we’ll be exploring the topics that matter most to us optometrists with case studies and in-depth conversations. You can gain 1 CPD point by listening to this podcast and completing the exercise on Docet's website: http://docet.info (http://docet.info/)
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Dissection and discussion of science and science issues made digestible for public consumption. Find us on Facebook and Twitter! The intro and outro theme is Soft Illusion and was generously provided by Andras. https://andras.bandcamp.com/track/soft-illusion
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The official podcast of the European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. Dive into the latest breakthroughs, discover inspiring interviews with renowned doctors, researchers and professors: Join us as we navigate through the present advancements and set our sights on the exciting future developments in the field of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.
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Cell & Gene, the most valuable online resource for delivering in-depth content from authoritative authors and sources to professionals in the CGT sector, introduces Cell & Gene: The Podcast. In each episode, Cell & Gene Chief Editor, Erin Harris, will talk to industry and academic leaders about their current initiatives and how they are moving the sector forward.
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Master Minds

Mishka Narasimhan and Will Leidig

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On this podcast, we sit down with experts and pioneers in the fields of medicine and technology to learn about everything from the scientific research of today to the innovation of tomorrow. Journey with us to tell the stories of Master Minds in the WashU community around us and beyond. www.mastermindspod.com
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Dave Schmitt and Joe Atwill leapfrog from the manipulated events of 2020, the so-called COVID crisis, the riots the Stolen Election of 2020 in the U.S., and utilize biological and historical common sense to encourage the public to regain a healthy awareness of the larger threat. Vigilance is a natural feature of intelligent beings. Rational examination of the policies concerning lockdown, masking and social distancing reveal these things to be disproportionate and deleterious and thus it is ...
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From research on cancer vaccines to why we feel pain, scientists are tackling some of the biggest challenges in human biology. Want to find out what they’re working on? Pull up a stool for "Two Scientists Walk Into a Bar." Subscribe below to catch each episode as it goes live.
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The German Association for Immunology (DGfI) appreciates its young members. The Young Immunologists (YI) group was founded to support early-career scientists within the DGfI with their scientific career development. This Podcast is for young immunologists from young immunologists. Check out our website and become a young immunologist: https://dgfi.org/young-immunologists/ Find the Young Immunologists on Twitter: https://twitter.com/YI_dgfi Contact the host, Nóra via: nbalzer@uni-bonn.de // h ...
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From archeology to zoology, real-world science is everywhere in Star Wars! Every episode includes an interview with an expert discussing how Star Wars relates to their field of study. Explore the many ways science is represented in a galaxy far, far away with hosts Melissa Miller and James Floyd, both freelance writers for Star Wars Insider magazine. Part of the Skywalking Network
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Infertility Support

NatChat Productions Ltd

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Where to get support when you are struggling to have a baby, this archive series of The Fertility Podcast discusses counselling and coaching with a wide range of interviews with experts, as well as sharing many stories of people who have set up businesses or started blogs or podcasts to help them and others deal with the struggles of not being able to have a family as expected.
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Adrian Warnock is a medical doctor who worked in the UK's NHS as a psychiatrist. He then worked in the pharmaceutical industry helping to run the clinical trials that bring us new medicines, and communicate the results. Adrian was diagnosed with blood cancer in May 2017. He is a published author, the founder of Blood Cancer Uncensored, and has written a Christian blog since 2003 at Patheos.
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Healthcare Heroes deals with the behind-the-scenes of working in healthcare, especially during a pandemic. Join creator and host John W as he interviews managers, physicians, specialists, and more to discover the joys and struggles of working in the healthcare sector.
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Barstool Biology

Barstool Biology

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A brand spanking new science podcast by Dr. Gary Sommerville Ph.D. Gary is a Molecular Biologist at Harvard Medical School and breaks down popular and interesting science topics over a cold beer! Subscribe to Barstool Biology wherever you listen to podcasts; Apple, Spotify, Google or your favorite app!
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HIV

Oxford University

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HIV is one of the worst epidemics in human history, and has had a devastating impact on populations worldwide. Our HIV podcasts describe the leading efforts by NDM researchers to develop new treatments and possible vaccines for HIV, as well as to understand and prevent its transmission, to help reduce the global HIV disease burden and improve outcomes for patients worldwide.
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Hello and welcome to Untangling PANDAS & PANS, a podcast about two relatively unknown medical disorders characterized by the sudden and dramatic onset of obsessions and compulsions, vocal or motor tics, or restricted eating behavior -- and a whole host of other symptoms -- following strep or other bacterial or viral infection. Sometimes overnight. I have the privilege of interviewing some of the top researchers and clinicians in the rapidly growing field of Infection-Associated, Immune-Media ...
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The AI Health Podcast

Pranav Rajpurkar, Adriel Saporta, Oishi Banerjee, Marc Robbins

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Explore the ways in which AI will transform healthcare, biotech, and medicine through conversations with entrepreneurs, investors and scientists. Hosted by Pranav Rajpurkar and Adriel Saporta. Produced by Oishi Banerjee and Marc Robbins.
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The "In My 20s" podcast is an honest conversation on self-discovery featuring discussions with people in their 20s who are navigating various aspects of their lives including: life, love, work, purpose and the the quarter life crisis.
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The Chemie Podcast

ACS BCP Student Chapter

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This is a Podcast by the International Undergraduate Student Chapter of American Chemical Society at Bombay College of Pharmacy. A place where you will listen to amazing stories by People in Chemistry & also know many new advents of new aspects in Chemistry!! Know the career prospects, research areas & key opinions by the experts in Chemistry! Learn & grow with the ACS-BCP Student Chapter! Keep listening ✨
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Brains, Black Holes, and Beyond (B Cubed) is a collaborative project between The Daily Princetonian and Princeton Insights. The show releases 3 episodes monthly: one longer episode as part of the Insights partnership, and two shorter episodes independently created by the 'Prince.' This show is produced by Senna Aldoubosh '25 under the 147th Board of the 'Prince.' Insights producers are Crystal Lee, Addie Minerva, and Thiago Tarraf Varella. This show is a reimagined version of the show former ...
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Big Questions From Small Minds

Big Questions from Small Minds

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Big Questions from Small Minds is a fun, weekly science podcast for curious kids and their grown-ups, where kids ask big-brained science professors curly questions about how the world works. The answers are broken down to be fun, engaging and often silly! Hosted by Tom Norton and Phil Wolf, who are two dads with little minds, so they’re perfect for the job. With loads of curiosity and laughs, the show makes big ideas accessible for little minds. For more information, visit smallminds.au
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Tanner Talk shares topics of interest for our patients from physicians at Tanner Clinic. (Note: These podcasts are intended for informational purposes only and should not be considered a substitute for professional medical advice. Always consult a qualified healthcare provider for individualized diagnosis and treatment.) Website - https://tannerclinic.com/ Phone Number - (801) 773-4840 ------------------------------SOCIAL------------------------------ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/tann ...
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BIOS

Alix Ventures

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BIOS Podcast brings together cutting-edge insights from Life Science industry leaders at the forefront of innovation. Join us in hearing from Founders, Investors, Professors, & Pharma operating at the intersection of Technology & Biology. By Alix Ventures: Driving Patient Impact - Supporting early stage Life Science startups engineering biology to drive radical advances in human health. Learn more @ BIOS.community / Alix.vc __________________________________ Alix Ventures, by way of BIOS Com ...
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Dr. Shannon Delaney, a psychiatrist with expertise in PANDAS/PANS, Lyme, and other vector-borne diseases, talks with Susan Manfull about how these complex disorders present in children and adults. Much of what she came to learn about Lyme came from her work with Dr. Brian Fallon at Columbia University. After her residency at Harvard Longwood Psychi…
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In Part 2, the discussion with Dr. Shannon Delaney continues with a focus on the diagnosis and treatment of Lyme and other tick-borne diseases. Recorded May 13, 2024 Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this program are those of the speakers and do not necessarily reflect the views or positions of any entities they represent. Credits: Mu…
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In Part 3, the discussion with Dr. Shannon Delaney continues on her soon-to-be-released study in Frontiers in Psychiatry Journal about the prevalence of Bartonella in patients diagnosed with Bartonella. Recorded May 13, 2024 Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this program are those of the speakers and do not necessarily reflect the vie…
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This content has been developed for healthcare professionals only. Patients who seek health information should consult with their physician or relevant patient advocacy groups. For the full presentation, downloadable Practice Aids, slides, and complete CME information, and to apply for credit, please visit us at PeerView.com/QSV865. CME credit will…
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The key to understanding oxygen activation is the conversion of this molecule into a reactive singlet species within neutrophil cells in the blood. This process leads to light emission, which can be used to monitor in real time how the immune system functions. Based on over 40 years of research, Professor Robert C Allen proposes an exquisitely deta…
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We love to hear from our listeners. Send us a message. In anticipation of ISCT 2024 in Vancouver, Canada, Dr. Bruce Levine is back on Cell & Gene: The Podcast to share information about the event as well as his expertise on the future of CAR-T therapy for solid tumors, autoimmune disease, and more. He talks about his time and learnings as President…
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Have you ever had a song stuck in your head that you just can't shake? A few bars or lyrics that just keep looping all day long? Well, we have delved into the science behind 'earworms' with Dr Jacob Kingsbury Downs from the Faculty of Music. A melodic mix of musical imagery, auditory neuroscience, memory and impressive compositions can leave a litt…
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Plagiarism, cheating, and falsification are just some examples of unethical academic conduct among students in Higher Education, and ones which show no sign getting better, despite the best efforts of Higher Education policymakers. However, no studies have so far statistically investigated the contexts in which students have engaged in unethical be…
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Complaints are a normal part of a patient-facing industry, like optometry — from problems with prescriptions to quibbles about customer service. Therefore, handling complaints in a professional manner is an essential part of the GOC’s Standards of Practice. In this episode, Michelle Hanratty hears from Dawn Slocombe, a Complaints Resolution Manager…
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Guests: Dr. Jo Viney is the CEO, President, & Co-Founder and Dr. Ryan Peckner is the Director of Machine Learning & Computational Biology at Seismic Therapeutic. In this special episode recorded in front of a live audience at IMMUNOLOGY2024 in Chicago, they discuss artificial intelligence and its applications in drug discovery and protein engineeri…
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This content has been developed for healthcare professionals only. Patients who seek health information should consult with their physician or relevant patient advocacy groups. For the full presentation, downloadable Practice Aids, slides, and complete CME information, and to apply for credit, please visit us at PeerView.com/FTH865. CME credit will…
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Dr Shane is joined in the studio by regular co-hosts Chris KP and Dr Ray, sharing their science news of the week. This week’s guests are Gabriel Lubieniecki, a PhD candidate in the Body Image and Eating Disorders Research Group at Monash University, focussing on the critical role healthcare workers play in the treatment and management of eating dis…
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After an illustrious career collaborating with universities and research centres, Enric Trillas remains set on working towards a new experimental science, managing the concepts and tools of computer science, and actually interacting with other disciplines on the way. Trillas sheds light on his recently translated The Genesis of Logic to explore the…
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In this fourth episode of the official EAACI podcast, our host, Professor Mohamed Shamji, interviews Professor Abul Abbas, the director of the course "Immunology Update: Selected Topics in Basic and Translational Immunology", which will be held on 31 May, during the first day of the upcoming EAACI Congress. Discover exclusive information about this…
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For better or worse, money makes the world go around. Without it, you may find yourself stuck in place, or worse - left behind. Following on from our previous conversation about race, health and society, we are joined again by Professor Leonard Egede from the Medical College of Wisconsin. In todays discussion, he walks us through the economics of p…
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In regions like East and Southeast Asia, where urbanisation has skyrocketed, the interplay between human settlement and natural disaster vulnerability becomes particularly pronounced. Consider China, where over 60% of the population lives in urban areas, including major coastal cities like Shanghai and Guangzhou, or Japan, where coastal cities like…
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Dr Shane is joined by co-hosts, Dr Jen Martin and Dr Euan Ritchie. PhD Candidate Isabella Crebert from the University of Newcastle talks about forensic anthropology; PhD Candidate Nicholas Cheng from Monash University talks about psychotic disorders; and Dr. Laura Bird from Monash University talks about cognitive health. In science news: language i…
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This content has been developed for healthcare professionals only. Patients who seek health information should consult with their physician or relevant patient advocacy groups. For the full presentation, downloadable Practice Aids, slides, and complete CME information, and to apply for credit, please visit us at PeerView.com/WQU865. CME credit will…
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Professor Peter Doherty has certainly had an impressive and illustrious career as an immunologist. In 1996, he and his colleague Rolf M Zinkernagel were awarded a Nobel Prize for their work on how the immune system recognises virus-infected cells. In 1997, he was named Australian of the Year. Now an indomitable octogenarian, Doherty looks back at h…
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We love to hear from our listeners. Send us a message. Dr. Marcus Conant is CMO at Addimmune, a biotech startup developing a cell therapy for HIV that spun out of cell and gene therapy biotech American Gene Technologies (AGT). He spent his career on the front lines of HIV treatment and research and remains an advocate for the HIV patient. He formed…
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In May 2024, we attended IMMUNOLOGY2024, the annual meeting of the American Association of Immunologists in Chicago, and recorded daily episodes discussing highlights of the previous 24 hours. Here is the final of five special episodes from the meeting, where Brenda and Jason talk about sessions including the dysfunction of exhaustive T cells enfor…
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Are seals the fishermen's friends or foes? The UK is home 35% of the world’s grey seals and we know they like to get their flippers on many of the same fish as we do. So, how are seals impacting the fishing industry? In our latest podcast, Dr Claire Tanner from the Department of Biology explores the unseen conflict beneath the waves and the complex…
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In May 2024, we attended IMMUNOLOGY2024, the annual meeting of the American Association of Immunologists in Chicago, and recorded daily episodes discussing highlights of the previous 24 hours. Here is the fourth of five special episodes from the meeting, where Brenda and Jason highlight discussions on tumor-infiltrating lymphocyte therapy, chaired …
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How do you make wearable technologies comfortable and unobtrusive for people who need them? Professor Michele Barbour talks to Dr Zeke Steer about how personal experiences with his great grandmother influenced the development of SmartSocks™, an innovative technology aimed at supporting individuals with dementia. ⭐Highlights § Zeke shares his journe…
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In May 2024, we attended IMMUNOLOGY2024, the annual meeting of the American Association of Immunologists in Chicago, and recorded daily episodes discussing highlights of the previous 24 hours. Here is the third of five special episodes from the meeting. Brenda and Jason spotlight discussions on cellular responses of microbial and parasitic infectio…
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Summary This episode of the Young Immunologist podcast discusses mental health during a PhD journey. The guest, Julian, shares his personal experience with mental health issues during his PhD and the challenges he faced. He emphasizes the importance of having empathetic people around and finding support from others who have similar experiences. The…
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In May 2024, we attended IMMUNOLOGY2024, the annual meeting of the American Association of Immunologists in Chicago, and recorded daily episodes discussing highlights of the previous 24 hours. Here is the second of five special episodes from the meeting. Brenda and Jason discuss highlights from sessions including microbial and environmental influen…
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Presenter Dr Shane is joined by Drs Allie and Linden for the latest science news. Dr Darren Haywood, postdoctoral research fellow in the Faculty of Health at the University of Technology Sydney investigates changes in concentration, memory, thinking speed and decision-making in people with a previous diagnosis of cancer. How can we support people a…
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In May 2024, we attended IMMUNOLOGY2024, the annual meeting of the American Association of Immunologists in Chicago, and recorded daily episodes discussing highlights of the previous 24 hours. Here is the first of five special episodes from the meeting, in which Jason and Brenda highlight sessions on innate and innate-like cells and transplant immu…
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Women in STEM careers in Lebanon experience gendered microaggressions at work, including microinsults and microinvalidation. Dr Yasmeen Makarem and Dr Beverly Metcalfe conducted a qualitative study with 21 women in Lebanon working in STEM fields to better understand these experiences. Human resources professionals could use these findings to improv…
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Health problems are not just health problems ; they embody politics, social status, history, money and more. Where there is inequality in those underpinning factors, inequity in healthcare access is sure to follow. Professor Leonard Egede from the Medical College of Wisconsin examines the extent of social biases and their impacts on health, and the…
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Today we sat down with Dr. Charles Rice, the Maurice R. and Corinne P. Greenberg Professor in Virology at Rockefeller University. Dr. Rice is an expert in RNA viruses, viruses that use RNA as opposed to DNA in their genome, and studies the body’s innate immune response to infection. However, he is most known for his work on Hepatitis C Virus, which…
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Imagine the eyes as cameras, where the cornea acts as the lens and the retina as the film. As with a camera, if something goes wrong in the eye, it needs to be fixed to address the specific problem and restore function. While some visual impairments can be corrected with glasses or surgery, some conditions require medicines – like those that slow o…
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In episode two, Susan Manfull interviews Dr. Kyle Williams, Director of the Pediatric Neuropsychiatry and Immunology Program at Massachusetts General Hospital, and Andrew about the potential link between strep, psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis, and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Andrew shares his personal experience of how his psoriasis and OCD…
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It seemed our conversation from Episode 2 was left dangling so we continued talking. If you would like to hear a wee bit more, listen to this bonus content which captures most of that conversation, mostly musings about navigating the medical system and whether the division between psychiatry and neurology is artificial (another dangling conversatio…
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Plasmapheresis, the exchange of infected plasma with fresh plasma from blood, is normally used at the far end of the treatment regimen in cases where no other medication is effective. Dr Kiprov’s research on the different immunoregulatory and neuroregulatory properties of plasmapheresis and its benefits establishes plasmapheresis as a prophylactic …
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