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Tuesday, July 17, 2018 INTERVIEWS No comments

Dr. Tom Davis, MD, of Tom Davis Consulting, joins Health Professional Radio where he discusses his business of mentoring, consulting, and educating physicians and nurse practitioners in value-based healthcare.

Dr. Tom Davis MD FAAFP started his Family Practice in a picturesque little river town on the Pickney Bend of the lower Missouri River i...

Tuesday, July 17, 2018 INTERVIEWS No comments

Proton Therapy is an advanced form of radiation therapy that highly targets tumor cells. Dr. Edward Soffen, a radiation oncologist at ProCure Proton Therapy Center in New Jersey, talks about proton therapy, and how it is effective at treating both prostate and breast cancers.

Dr. Soffen treats patients at the ProCure Proton Therapy Center in ...

Monday, July 16, 2018 INTERVIEWS No comments

Imogen Hines, Sponsorship Officer of AMSA Rural Health Committee, joins Health Professional Radio to promote the upcoming Rural Health Summit in Albury to medical students on 28-30th September 2018. She also shares her insights on the advantages of being in the rural health service.

AMSA is an organisation run by students that represents, inform...

Friday, July 13, 2018 INTERVIEWS No comments

Dr. Shobhan Manoharan, Dermatologist and Director of Brisbane Skin joins HPR host Tabetha Moreto in conversation, where he discusses hyperhidrosis, the causes and the available treatments for it. He also talks about his passion for dermatology and his desire to help people with conditions such as hyperhidrosis.

Guest: Dr. Shobhan Manoharan


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A new study has revealed that a drug-resistant yeast species called Candida krusei is the same species as Pichia kudriavzevii that is used in food and biotechnology industries.

C. krusei is one o...

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Endari, an FDA-approved medicine-grade version of the dietary supplement L-glutamine, has been proven effective in reducing the level of pain in patients suffering from sickle cell disease.


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Australian genetic researchers have discovered that structural changes in human chromosomes could be responsible for the development of cancer and certain genetic diseases.

They believe that by ...

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The world’s first blood test that can detect melanoma in its early stages has been established by scientists from Edith Cowan University.

The blood test functions by identifying 10 combinations ...

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With about half of the Australian population complaining of digestive issues, a new test has been created by Brisbane-based microbial genomics company, Microba, that can easily indicate  problems w...

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