Jun 22, 2017
What makes a disease? And who
gets to decide? Producer Cam Steele brings us a story that spans
migrating uteruses in ancient Egypt, a disease that makes slaves
want to run away in the antebellum south, and the accidental
discovery of an erection pill while trying to treat heart disease.
Join us in our journey to disassemble the concept of disease in
Episode 24 of Bedside Rounds, a tiny podcast about fascinating
stories in clinical medicine!
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