News from the World of Medicine
The most important medical news, in plain English.
Which medical news are TRULY the most important of the year?
Each January, the Massachusetts Medical Society (amongst others, Harvard University) selects the top medical news stories of the year.
Radiofabrik presents this news.
The presenter, Dara Koper, is a doctor.
(Please note: this is a general radio show, without any legal guarantees. Questions pertaining to individual patients cannot be commented.)
Airtime: Every third Sunday of the month, 1.30-2 pm
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Why are we specifically sceptical about the vaccine of AstraZeneca?
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Answers to the following questions: 1) What is a vaccination? 2) Will the coming two vaccines against COVID-19 not change my genetic substance, will they not be built in into my genes? 3) Is the fast development of these vaccines not questionable? 4) What are…
The first medical news today: Many average-risk adults undergo screening with colonoscopy to prevent colon or rectal cancer. Some who undergo screening are found to have colon or rectal cancer and are treated immediately. However, some who undergo screening do not have either a healthy…
The first medical topic today: The American cholesterol guideline, the joint guideline of the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association, has been updated in 2019. The new version of the guideline still says that patients at high-risk for heart attack must take…
The first medical topic today:
Three clinical studies published in 2019 led to the conclusion either open-heart surgery or minimally invasive heart surgery will be used more often in the future in patients with aortic stenosis. The minimally invasive heart surgery for aortic stenosis is…