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The UCLA Internal Medicine Podcast contains the lectures presented in the Department of Internal Medicine at the Ronald Reagan-UCLA Medical Center.

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The UCLA Internal Medicine Podcast contains the lectures presented in the Department of Internal Medicine at the Ronald Reagan-UCLA Medical Center.

    Medicine without Evolution is Like Engineering without Physics (Randolph Nesse)

    Medicine without Evolution is Like Engineering without Physics (Randolph Nesse)

    Dr. Nesse presents the second lecture in the Darwin on Rounds lecture series at Ronald Reagan-UCLA Grand Rounds.

    Exploiting Evolutionary Biology to Advance Medicine Back to the Future (John Torday)

    Exploiting Evolutionary Biology to Advance Medicine Back to the Future (John Torday)

    Dr. Torday presents the introductory lecture on evolutionary biology at the Darwin on Rounds lecture series at Ronald Reagan-UCLA Grand Rounds.

    Ablation of Atrial Arrhythmias - What Are We Doing? (Michael Fishbein)

    Ablation of Atrial Arrhythmias - What Are We Doing? (Michael Fishbein)

    Dr. Fishbein discusses the pathology of ablation of atrial arrhythmias at Ronald Reagan-UCLA Grand Rounds.

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    Is There a Doctor on This Plane? (Jason Napolitano, M.D.)

    Is There a Doctor on This Plane? (Jason Napolitano, M.D.)

    Dr. Napolitano discusses airplane emergencies at Didactics conference. No snakes involved.

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    Preventive Medicine (Jodi Friedman, M.D.)

    Preventive Medicine (Jodi Friedman, M.D.)

    Dr. Friedman discusses updates in preventive medicine at Outpatient Medicine conference.

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    Square Peg, Round Hole: Securing The Mission of Medicine (Walter Bortz, M.D.)

    Square Peg, Round Hole: Securing The Mission of Medicine (Walter Bortz, M.D.)

    Dr. Bortz is a Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine. He discusses the importance of physical exercise in the promotion of robust aging with the goal of fulfilling the mission of medicine.

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