Radiotherapy – Last show for 2017!! Prof Mark Cook on epilepsy

On the last edition of Radiotherapy for 2017 it’s a jam packed show. Expert neurologist Prof Mark Cook is in the studio to explain innovative new technology to help predict seizures in epilepsy. Plus a look at the controversial survey about surgical costs published this week by Choice Magazine, and the latest in long acting…

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Writs & Cures: Defamation law ans advanced care planning

In this edition of Writs and Cures you will meet one of Australia’s leading lawyers: Peter Bartlett.  Peter’s legal practice involves providing around-the-clock pre-publication advice to mainstream and online media, advising corporate and government clients on reputational issues or managing threats of litigation from some of the best lawyers in the country. You will hear…

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Radiotherapy – Genomics, snake oil and screening.

This week the doctors are with special guest, who happens to be is the head of Melbourne Genomics, A/Prof Clara Gaff, coming in to explain the genomics revolution. Also Dr Capri is taking a look at screening, and the Panel Beater will pass his eye over the history of snake oil salesmen. http://rrrfm.libsyn.com/radiotherapy-3-december-2017

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Writs & Cures: Transforming healthcare through the arts

Special guest in this edition of Writs and Cures is Dr Catherine Crock – a physician at the Royal Children’s Hospital who founded the Hush Foundation, an organisation that aims to transform healthcare through the use of the arts. Cath’s work with the Hush foundation began with producing music used to calm patients and staff,…

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Writs & Cures: Supporting young people through cancer

In this edition of Writs and Cures the team are joined by two special guests from Canteen Australia – the national organisation dedicated to helping young people deal with the challenges of cancer. A third of Australians experience cancer at some stage in their life, but perhaps one of the hardest times is during adolescence.…

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AFL star Gavin Crosisca: from addiction to counsellor

Two special guests appear in this edition of Writs and Cures. In Soapbox Nerida Wallace, CEO of the law Institute, talks women in the legal profession and how far things have come in the 112 years since the first woman was admitted to legal practice in Australia. Second guest in the hour is Gavin Crosisca.…

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Writs & Cures: Jeff Kennett reflects on his years at Beyond Blue

Special guest in this edition of Writs & Cures is former Victorian Premier and the retiring chairman and founder of Beyond Blue, the Hon. Jeff Kennett. Jeff reflected on how Beyond Blue came about, its role is in our community and how he sees this role developing in the future. Plus in Soapbox, our resident…

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