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Diseases Caused By Chernobyl

In the early morning of 26th April 1986, the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in the former Soviet territory of Ukraine exploded, creating what is usually described as the worst nuclear disaster the world has ever seen. The disaster spread radioactivity into the atmosphere in one of the largest bursts of unintentional radioactive release into the […]

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I Got Knee Surgery

I Got Knee Surgery

– Earlier this year I voluntarily got knee surgery. They gave me this drug that makes me feel like I had five shots of whiskey. Flash a casual tit. (groans) It’s a story of risk and pain and suffering, but in the end, there’s a baby. So it’s all gonna be okay. (energetic music) Welcome […]

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Why study Medicine in Copenhagen?

Why study Medicine in Copenhagen?

Back home I already heard something – what universities are like – in Denmark – and how different the hierarchy is – I am used to a very conservative hierarchy – this is really different here – and it turned out to be even better – than I expected. So for me it was kind […]

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Quackers Children’s Surgery Video

Quackers Children’s Surgery Video

Hey, come over here! Closer! I hear you’re going to have surgery soon. No problem, I’m here to help. Hi, I’m Quackers, your tour guide! I’d like to talk to you and your family about what to expect before, during and after your surgery so you’ll know everything I know and then you’ll have nothing […]

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Three Creative Ways to Eradicate Diseases

♪ Smallpox was a terrible disease. It was often fatal, and even if you survived, you were left with scars where the painful blisters used to be. But thanks to an aggressive eradication campaign, it became the first human disease we totally wiped out, save a few deadly samples kept in labs around the world. […]

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Gallbladder Removal Laparoscopic Surgery Patient Education

Gallbladder Removal Laparoscopic Surgery Patient Education

Your doctor has recommended the removal of your gallbladder. But what does that actually mean? The gallbladder is a small organ located below the liver. It’s function is to store bile used by the instestines to digest food. Gallstones – small calcified deposits – sometimes form and block the bile ducts which lead from the […]

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