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This is one of my go-to podcast for scientifically rigorous biotech news and analysis! The 2 hosts are smart, knowledgeable, also sound very friendly. Warmly recommend!
Kevin and Cameron lay out the facts and discuss disinformation on this podcast. Myth busting through evidence, not emotion. Current episodes run a breezy thirty minutes. They’re fair and kind—if the uninformed and misinformed can sit for half an hour, progress can be made.
Insightful discussion into important science topics. Cultivating science literacy in a digestible and interesting way.
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