Angel Li joins The Lancet's Marianne Guenot to discuss abortion law changes in Ireland and their potential effect on Northern Ireland.
The real winners of right-to-try15 Jun 2018
Rebecca Cooney discusses right-to-try legislation with Dr. Vinay Prasad. Who actually benefits from the new law?
Separating children at the border8 Jun 2018
Janna Juvonen and Jen Silvers speak with Lancet Executive Editor Rebecca Cooney about the Trump administration’s migrant child separation policy. Does it amount to torture?
Ed Gregg from the CDC joins The Lancet to discuss new research into changing trends of diabetes-related mortality in the United States.
Ann Starrs and Susheela Singh, of the Guttmacher Institute, join The Lancet to talk about the need for a comprehensive package of sexual and reproductive rights.
Helena Wang talks to Peng Gong about The Lancet-Tsinghua Healthy Cities Commission, what needs to be done to evaluate the progress and promote healthy cities in China. This podcast is in Chinese.
Malaria nets and insecticide resistance12 Apr 2018
Natacha Protopopoff joins The Lancet to talk about her new study on bed nets, malaria, and insecticide resistance.
NCDs and economics5 Apr 2018
Why are poverty and NCDs linked so closely? And what can be done to fix both? Authors and editors from The Lancet's Taskforce on NCDs and economics discuss taxation, healthcare, and more.
Low back pain21 Mar 2018
Three series authors join The Lancet to talk about trends in diagnosis and treatment of low back pain around the world.
Pathology and laboratory medicine15 Mar 2018
Kenneth Fleming and John Nkengasong discuss the importance of pathology services, as part of The Lancet’s Series on pathology and laboratory medicine in low-income and middle-income countries.
Global health journalism9 Mar 2018
Marianne Guenot, editor of The Lancet's World Report section, joins us to talk about the current crisis in global health journalism.
Canada's global leadership on health23 Feb 2018
Jocalyn Clark and Danielle Martin discuss Canada's healthcare system as part of The Lancet's Canada Series.
Virtual reality and surgical training16 Feb 2018
Virtual reality and simulation are fast becoming important surgical training tools. The Lancet looks into the benefits, and what the future might hold.
What do we want from global health in 2018? The Lancet's editor-in-chief Richard Horton discusses his hopes for world health, as well as looking back at 2017.
Adam Bemma discusses his world report on the Rohingya refugees' attempts to settle in Malaysia.
Rebecca Cooney discusses the newly FDA-approved gene therapy for treating loss of vision as a result of retinal dystrophy.
The author of the Wakley Prize-winning essay, Kate Rowland, talks about the ethics of care and the philosophy underlying the clinician-patient relationship, themes raised in her essay.
Joan Marsh and Paul Glasziou discuss what steps can be taken to reduce research waste with the public availability of trial protocols.
Roy Taylor talks about weight management techniques and remission in type 2 diabetes.
Liver disease: The Lancet: November 29, 201729 Nov 2017
Martin McKee discusses the final report of the Lancet's Commission on liver disease, highlighting the health costs of excess alcohol consumption, obesity, and viral hepatitis.
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