Listen to Larundel, Brain Tumors, and COVID-1955:3325 October 2020

Margaret Leggatt and Sandy Jeffs, co-authors of Out of the Madhouse: From Asylums to Caring Community?, explore the history of Larundel Psychiatric Hospital; Professor Kate Drummond AM, neurosurgeon and Director of Neurosurgery at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, discusses brain surgery and if there is a connection between brain tumors and mobile phones; and Professor Sharon Lewin AO, infectious diseases physician and Director of the Doherty Institute, canvasses the latest research on COVID-19. With Presenters Dr Mal Practice, Nurse Epipen and Dr G-Spot.

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