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Dr. Roger Seheult & Kyle Allred, PA
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MedCram = More Understanding in Less Time. Welcome to the podcast edition of MedCram with Professor Roger Seheult, MD, Kyle Allred, PA, and guest experts in medicine, COVID-19, virology, immunology, public health, and more! We offer this podcast in addition to our videos and lectures available on and our YouTube channel. These episodes are adapted from video lectures, so references to visual diagrams, charts, and images can be found in our videos, which will be linked in the show notes for each episode.


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4.9 out of 5 stars from 33 ratings
  • Keep up the good work!

    So informative and detailed. Appreciate so much.

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa month ago
  • This is what an expert is

    Medcram should be required listening for ANY expert in any field, for training on what it means to be an expert, and ask others to rely on your opinions. He demonstrates with humility, simplicity, rigor, and thoroughness what a data set says, what it does not say, and why. He does not rely on his credentials as proof.

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    Knight Says NYT
    United States3 months ago
  • Listen online or offline!

    I love that I can now listen to MedCram while on the go! I just don’t always have time to watch the videos or have access to WiFi. This is perfect, thanks!

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • Pick and choose

    These guys pick and choose what data they want to promote and never offer counter points from real doctors that invented rna vaccines or those that go against the narrative they want to promote. Great medics podcast offer opposing views and discuss it. They do a little bit in the end just invalidate anything that goes against them. I swear these guys are bought off. Weird that these guys are approving of a new vax that had a study funded by the same company that made the vax and not a third part... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago

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