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Podcasts on the discussions of drugs, medicines and vaccinations.

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Podcasts on the discussions of drugs, medicines and vaccinations.

    The Medicalisation of Depression

    The Medicalisation of Depression

    In an age where pharmacy is a global industry, stigma and medicine are now in the position where they are the co-constructors of illness on one hand and mutually exclusive players on the other.

    Professor Sonia Ryang (Anthropology and International Studies, University of Iowa) extends beyond the area of medicine to an analysis of historical values, political values and global capitalism.

    A keynote lecture from the State, Society, Stigma: Rethinking Disease in a Global Age symposium.

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    • 35 min
    Collaboration Key to Cancer Fight

    Collaboration Key to Cancer Fight

    Dr Christopher Bradley (Pharmacy, La Trobe University) highlights the positive outcomes that are being achieved in the fight to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer due to a collaborative approach being adopted by specialists from different scientific and medical fields.

    The 2013 Worner lecture, held on 11th September at the Bendigo Campus of La Trobe University.

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    • 50 min
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    Victorian Student Pharmacist of the year

    Victorian Student Pharmacist of the year

    Sarah Carminati has become the fifth La Trobe University Bendigo student in eight years to win the prestigious Victorian Student Pharmacist of the Year Award.

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    • 3 min
    Vitamins and Supplements

    Vitamins and Supplements

    Dr Ken Harvey on how vitamins and complimentary medicines are marketed in Australia.

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    • 12 min
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    Developing Vaccines for the World's Poorest

    Developing Vaccines for the World's Poorest

    Developing Vaccines for the World's Poorest
    Professor Michael Good
    The 2009 Nancy Millis Lecture
    19th October, 2009

    Dr Michael Good is Chair of the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia, Director of the Griffith Medical and Head of the Molecular Immunology Laboratory at QIMR.

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    • 1 hr 3 min
    Vaccines for the World's Poorest

    Vaccines for the World's Poorest

    Professor Michael Good, Director of the Queensland Institute of Medical Research, discusses the challenges of making affordable vaccines for the world's poorest people.

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    • 10 min

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