In the studio this week is Dr Shane who is virtually joined by Drs Ailie, Ray and Stacy who discuss what's been in the news:
Kilauea shutdown related with rainfall, bugs and their decline additionally found that some effects can be mitigated locally rather than globally, covid-19 and POTUS v a study from NEJoM and cruise ships.
Today's Second and Third Guests are PI sufferers Louise and Mae Driscoll who (yearly) talk about their treatments.
Today's Forth and Fifth Guests are phD students Dr Angeline Leece and Jesse Martin from La Trobe Uni who talk about Australopithecus Robustus a two-million-year-old fossil – named DMH 134 - reassembled from 150 bone fragments.
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Listen to Dr Shane's 'Chat with a Nobel Laureate' at a University of Melbourne-Comprehensive Cancer PhD Program event.
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