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MEDCAST puts you in the front row at some of the leading-edge lectures at the School of Medicine. Tune in to watch Stanford faculty and other renown experts discuss the latest advances in biomedical research, patient care and other health-related fields.

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Video Lectures & Study Materials

# Lecture Play Lecture
1 Is Evidence-Based Medicine a Barrier to Cost-Effective Care? Play Video
2 Monoclonal Antibodies: Stanford Academia-Industry Collaboration Play Video
3 The Battle of the Diets: Is Anyone Winning (At Losing?) Play Video
4 The Mismeasure of Man Play Video
5 New Perspectives on Menopausal Hormones and Heart Disease Play Video
6 From Sickness to Health: Beethoven's Heiliger Dankgesang Play Video
7 Mood Disorders Across Women's Lifecycle Play Video
8 Mexican Migrant Health Play Video
9 Imaging Patients with Myelopathy Play Video
10 Cancer and Climate Change: Parallels in Risk Management Play Video
11 The Influence of Sex/Gender on Cardiovascular Health Play Video
12 Using Dendritic Cells to Create Cancer Vaccines Play Video
13 Environment Degradation Begets Epidemics: Cholera in Bangladesh Play Video
14 Vitamin D: It's Not Just For Bones Anymore Play Video
15 The Politics and Promise of Stem Cell Research Play Video
16 21st Century Bacterial Pneumonia: Old Habits and New Approaches Play Video
17 Maternal Infant Care and Challenges in East Africa Play Video
18 Rebuilding Iraq's Mental Health Care System Play Video
19 Cancer Biology and Cancer Medicine Play Video
20 Childhood Obesity and Public Policy Play Video
21 Four Big Ideas from the Carnegie Study on Medical Education Play Video
22 Changes in Female Sexual Function Throughout the Lifespan Play Video
23 Health Risks of Type-A Behavior Play Video
24 The New Rotavirus Vaccine: The Second Time is the Charm Play Video


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