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Author interviews that explore the latest clinical reviews.

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Keep Up the Great Work!

I love the relevant, high-yield review of medical topics. Listen to the podcast every week.

The best

Detailed. Concise. Informative. This is one of the best medical podcasts I’ve heard. I put this on in the car or when exercising to review (and learn new things).

Where are the Women?

Listening to ‘On the Frontlines of the AIDS Epidemic at the CDC, Part 1.’ The only woman mentioned so far (referred to as ‘she’ ) was someone at the CDC who said “I wasn’t married until I was in my 40’s, I’m sure lots of people thought I was gay.” The doctor speaking strongly implies that this assertion leads him away from his initial impression of the patient he was interviewing, and that he would have been correct had this pesky girl not interfered.

In one line, your team has both minimized and marginalized women’s contribution to the early stages of the AIDS epidemic to that of some combination of a spinster + Odysseus’ siren; an undesirable woman leading the manly, masculine team of brilliant men astray.

Are there any women editors involved in the making of your podcast? If not, get some, as we medical school enrollees who are now majority women say, stat.

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