How’s your blood meal? : Bits of Medical History with Dr. Adam Rodman from The Bedside Rounds Podcast | Part 2
In today's episode Chase Dimarco, host of ITB's Medical Mnemonist Podcast, continues his discussion with Dr. Adam Rodman, host of the Bedside Rounds Podcast, to cover some of the history of medical thought, medical devices, and the development of ethical clinical trial guidelines. Have you ever wanted to know when exactly we came to know that smoking was bad? Do you know When modern clinical trial laws and protections came about and why?
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