Top Stories in Medicine for 2010 – This Week on Sound Medicine
INDIANAPOLIS -- This weekend, Dec. 25 and 26, the faculty co-hosts of the award-winning Sound Medicine radio show will discuss their favorite stories for the year.
Recently, Sound Medicine faculty co-hosts gathered for a round table recording session to discuss the most important health and medicine stories of 2010. Our co-hosts include Steve Bogdewic, Ph.D., David Crabb, M.D., Kathy Miller, M.D., and Eric Meslin, Ph.D.
Family therapist Dr. Steve Bogdewic will start the conversation with the topic of health care reform.
Breast cancer specialist Dr. Kathy Miller will talk about obesity and diabetes and explain how these problems affect the care she provides her patients.
Dr. David Crabb will discuss the H1N1 (aka swine flu) pandemic, which the WHO declared over in the fall of 2010. Dr. Crabb chairs the Department of Medicine at the IU School of Medicine.
Indiana University bioethicist Dr. Eric Meslin will discuss the recent discovery of a syphilis experiment on prisoners in 1940’s Guatemala. Dr. Meslin directs the IU Center for Bioethics.
For more information on this show or archived editions, check the Sound Medicine website.
Sound Medicine is an award-winning radio program co-produced by the Indiana University School of Medicine and WFYI Public Radio (90.1FM). Sound Medicine is underwritten by Clarian Health, IU Medical Group and Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. Reports on Primary Health Care topics are sponsored by Wishard Health Services.
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