Fixing Healthcare Podcast
Research out of Yale confirms an alternative form of testing for COVID-19 is not only less painful than the widely used nasal swab, but also more accurate.
With small-business employment down 40%, Americans are ready to get back to work. But is the U.S. healthcare system ready for the nation’s grand reopening?
It was a big week for science in our nation's quest to better understand and control the coronavirus pandemic.
High-profile leaders have put forth plans to reopen the country, mitigate further damage from the coronavirus and "crush the curve". Will any of them work?
In this interview, Dr. Siddartha Mukherjee discusses the ethics of gene therapy, his hopes for a coronavirus cure, and why doctors bring him to tears.
Is this the week the coronavirus pandemic peaks in the United States? Hosts Dr. Robert Pearl and Jeremy Corr examine the facts to answer the nation's most pressing questions about COVID-19.
Dr. Robert Pearl and Jeremy Corr tackle the uncomfortable truths about the pandemic, which politicians, the news media and public are reluctant to accept.
In the second episode of this podcast, hosts Dr. Robert Pearl and Jeremy Corr examine the difficult but important questions surrounding the future of the coronavirus pandemic in the United States.
From the hosts of the Fixing Healthcare podcast comes a new show about COVID-19, with a focus on facts over fear.
In the final episode of season three, we welcome Dr. David Shulkin, the ninth U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs.