Episode 24 – Vatican Medical Conferences
Doctor, Doctor Podcast • 52m
First, OB/GYN Dr. Christine Hemphill of Harrisburg, PA reflects on the Vatican-sponsored forum “Humanity 2.0” on Maternal Health she attended in Rome back in April 2018. She explains the conversations and plans she participated in about how doctors and laypeople can work together to improve care for mothers and babies, including the role tenderness can play in health.
Then, an interview from the back of a Roman taxi with neuro-radiologist Dr. Jack Lane from the Mayo Clinic, who discusses what he learned about innovative treatments at the various sessions of the Unite to Cure Conference with Dr. McGovern.
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