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Medical breakthroughs of the future / produced by Jeff Kane.

Program Title:
Medical breakthroughs of the future / produced by Jeff Kane.
PRA Archive #: 
SZ0459
Description: 

Four 6-minute modules in which a physician reads fictitious articles about various medical breakthroughs. A cynical look at how monetary and political influences are changing the nature of the medical profession.|MEDICAL BREAKTHROUGHS OF THE FUTURE / produced by Jeff Kane. - Four 6-minute modules in which a physician reads fictitious articles about various medical breakthroughs. A cynical look at how monetary and political influences are changing the nature of the medical profession. - CONTENT: pt.1. Testosterone poisoning syndrome (6:00) -- pt.2. Post mature birth syndrome :"PBS" (6:00) -- pt.3. Famalie's strange delema : toxic waste manager (6:00) -- pt.4. Dr. Frank's fetus farm (6:00). - RECORDED: 1988.

pt.1. Testosterone poisoning syndrome (6:00) -- pt.2. Post mature birth syndrome : "PBS" (6:00) -- pt.3. Famalie's strange dilema : toxic waste manager (6:00) -- pt.4. Dr. Frank's fetus farm (6:00).

Date Recorded on: 
1988.
Date Broadcast on: 
-0-
Item duration: 
1 reel (24 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., mono.|24:00
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Distributor: 
Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1988.
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