Feature Interview (13:00) – Dr. Andrew Mullally, Indiana State Director of the Catholic Medical Association, gives an update on the push for Physician Assisted Suicide in the United States, what the Catholic Church teaches about the practice, and how physicians and patients can advocate for respect of all human dignity.
Also in this episode:
News (0:30) – How bacteria can protect us from skin cancer (advances.sciencemag.org/content/4/2/eaao4502)
Preventive Medicine Tip (6:25) – Osteoporosis Screening (www.uspreventiveservicestaskforce.org/)
Medical Trivia (Answer at 40:20) – True of False. The arm bone is called the ‘humerus’ and takes its name from what happens when you bump it in just the right place near the elbow where it feels kind of ‘funny, and thus this bone is also called the ‘funny bone’?
Listener Question (42:25) – I have heard that cancer can spread once cut open. Is this true of skin cancer too?
Listener Question (48:00) – What are some ways I can improve the natural immunity of myself and my family?
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