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  • NIH Director Says AstraZeneca Vaccine Trial Pause Should Be Reassuring
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    Vaccine Research and Development

    National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director Dr. Francis Collins and Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams testified on vaccines before the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions…

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  • National Museum of American History Coronavirus Artifacts
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    National Museum of American History Coronavirus Artifacts

    Alexandra Lord, medicine and science director and curator at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, discussed the museum’s coronavirus pandemic artifacts collection.

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  • QA with Elena Conis
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    Q&A with Elena Conis

    University of California at Berkeley historian of medicine Elena Conis talked about the development of the polio vaccine in the 1950s and the lessons that its distribution and use can teach…

    753 views
  • Washington Journal Dr Caleb Alexander Discusses COVID19 Pandemic Impact on Addiction
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    Dr. Caleb Alexander on COVID-19 Pandemic Impact on Addiction

    Dr. Caleb Alexander, professor of epidemiology and medicine at the Bloomberg School of Public Health, discussed how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting drug and alcohol addiction.

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  • Senator Klobuchar on Foreign Medical Students
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    Senator Klobuchar on Foreign Medical Students

    Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) spoke on the floor about immigration laws preventing foreign medical students studying in the U.S. from practicing medicine in America for two years after…

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    MD International

    This 1958 American Medical Association “March of Medicine” program highlights American doctors working abroad and includes an introduction by Vice President Nixon. In remote locations…

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  • emAnd How Are You Dr Sacksem
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    And How Are You Dr. Sacks?

    Journalist Lawrence Weschler talked about his book, And How Are You, Dr. Sacks?: A Biographical Memoir of Oliver Sacks, in which he profiled the late neurologist and author Oliver Sacks.…

    546 views
  • Washington Journal Dr Joseph Kvedar Discusses Efforts to Expand the Use of Telemedicine
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    Dr. Joseph Kvedar on Efforts to Expand Telemedicine

    American Telemedicine Association president-elect Dr. Joseph Kvedar talked about efforts to expand the use of telemedicine and how virtual care can help during the coronavirus pandemic.

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  • Washington Journal Dr Jeremy Brown Discusses the History of Influenza
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    Dr. Jeremy Brown on the History of Influenza

    Dr. Jeremy Brown of the National Institutes of Health’s Office of Emergency Care talked about his book on the history of influenza, Influenza: The Hundred Year Hunt to Cure the Deadliest…

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  • COVID19s Impact on the US Medicine and Travel Sectors
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    COVID-19's Impact on the U.S. Medicine and Travel Sectors

    Representative Mario Diaz-Balart (R), the first member of Congress to test positive for coronavirus, opened this special “Washington Journal” primetime edition on the coronavirus pandemic. He talked about…

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  • Washington Journal Marie Fishpaw Discusses Use of Telehealth Services During the Covid19 Pandemic
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    Marie Fishpaw on Telehealth Services During COVID-19 Pandemic

    Heritage Foundation Director of Domestic Policy Studies Marie Fishpaw discussed the use of telemedicine services during the coronavirus pandemic.

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  • Mayo Clinic
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    Mayo Clinic

    The Mayo Clinic is consistently ranked as one of the top hospitals in America. Brothers William and Charlie Mayo founded the clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, in 1889. Matt Dacy and Renee Ziemer talked about…

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  • US Army Medics at War
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    U.S. Army Medics at War

    U.S. Army Medical Department Museum director George Wunderlich shared stories of army medics in times of war. He talked about a nurse killed in Vietnam, a World War II dentist who…

    196 views
  • Washington Journal Rosemary Gibson discusses US Reliance on China for Lifesaving Drugs
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    Rosemary Gibson on U.S. Reliance on China for Lifesaving Drugs

    Rosemary Gibson, author of China Rx: Exposing the Risks of America’s Dependence on China for Medicine, discussed the shortage of essential lifesaving drugs in U.S. hospitals and its impact…

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  • Newsmakers with Dr Francis Collins
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    Newsmakers with Dr. Francis Collins

    Dr. Francis Collins, the director of the National Institutes of Health, talked about NIH projects. Topics included advances made through the Human Genome Project, especially on cancer and…

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  • Women Medical Practitioners and Professional Challenges
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    Women Medical Practitioners and Professional Challenges

    Medical practitioners and experts examined challenges in research and innovation at a day-long forum hosted by Research!America. In this panel, women researchers spoke about professional…

    129 views
  • National Institutes of Health Research
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    National Institutes of Health Research

    Dr. Francis Collins and other National Institutes of Health leaders testified before a House Appropriations subcommittee on funding and research efforts. They witnesses addressed the…

    1,126 views
  • Lincoln Assassination Attending Doctors
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    Lincoln Assassination Attending Doctors

    Retired infectious disease specialist Dr. Jon Willen talked about Charles Leale, the first doctor to treat the mortally wounded Abraham Lincoln after actor John Wilkes Booth shot him while he…

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  • End of Life Care and Death Since the 1800s
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    End of Life Care and Death Since the 1800s

    Dickinson College professor Jim Hoefler taught a class about end of life care and perceptions of death in the United States since the 1800s. He explored how changes in medical practices and…

    568 views
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    An Elegant Defense

    Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Matt Richtel talked about his book, An Elegant Defense: The Extraordinary New Science of the Immune System: A Tale in Four Lives, in which he explored the…

    1,365 views
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