Show: September 8, 2013:
- How are Syrian physicians adapting to wartime conditions?
- How can airlines prevent in-flight emergencies?
- Do childhood stomach aches indicate anxiety in adulthood?
- The ride of his life
- Are pets susceptible to melanoma?
- What happens to the brain after death?
- “Patient Listening”: A physician helps his former professor
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“Patient Listening”: A physician helps his former professor
Interview: Vincent Gattone, Ph.D., professor of pathology, instructor of gross anatomy, Indiana University School of Medicine
Paul Helft, M.D., associate professor, Indiana University School of Medicine; director, Fairbanks Center for Medical Ethics.
Rich Frankel, Ph.D., director, Mary Margaret Walther Palliative Care Research and Education Program, Indiana University Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center.
In the final installment of a three-part interview, Vincent Gattone, Ph.D., a professor of pathology and instructor of gross anatomy at the Indiana University School of Medicine, and his oncologist Paul Helft, M.D., speak with Rich Frankel, Ph.D., to discuss the progression of Dr. Gattone's incurable disease. Dr. Helft recounts his experience treating his former professor for the past eight months and how their relationship has changed.