Doing harm reduction work can feel like walking a tight line between helping and enabling.
6 days agoListen 11:48
It was a summer day in 2012 when Bob Richey’s life was changed forever. He was a new college grad, having fun with friends at the beach ...
Air Date: August 26, 2022Listen 49:20
For the first time, prosthetics manufacturers in the U.S. also own clinics that can recommend their products to patients.
1 month agoListen 12:06
When Chris Donges was diagnosed with heart failure in 2018, he was given two options: Wait for a heart transplant or implant a medical device onto his heart.
1 month agoListen 11:38
We still don't have a cure for ALS, but the tens of millions of dollars that didn't go to research continue to have an impact on those living with the disease.
1 month agoListen 12:32
Some anesthesiologists and intensive care physicians mark August 27 as Bjørn Ibsen Day — honoring the lives he saved during a polio outbreak 70 years ago.
1 month agoListen 19:54
The modern ICU, or Intensive Care Unit, was born out of a time of crisis. It was 1952, and polio was raging in many places — especially ...
Air Date: August 12, 2022Listen 47:41
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