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Why did Greg Price, an otherwise healthy 31-year old man die from a very treatable cancer that most people recover from? His family believes an uncaring healthcare system was the culprit.
Three comedians dispense a dose of no-holds barred sick comedy about everything from incurable disease to the peculiarities of modern health care.
An extended interview with Anita and Ken Chanko, the family of a man whose final moments were broadcast on a US medical reality show without consent. They appeared on the Nov. 7, 2015 episode of White Coat, Black Art.
This week: A cautionary tale from a family whose story was told on a medical reality program -- a story they say never should have made it to air.
The Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario in Ottawa set up a clinic just for fragile kids with complex illnesses - one that eases the burden for parents by listening to them. If that approach works with these families, it'll work for all of us.
We look at the impact of TV MDs on medical culture, why the medium is fascinated by medicine and Brian talks to Eric Johnson aka Dr. Everett Gallinger of "The Knick."
Eric talks about what makes Dr. Gallinger tick, and how he ended up doing the same surgery for two different medical dramas.
Can a production system developed to make better, safer cars also make better, safer healthcare?
Dr. Brian Goldman travels to Stockholm to look at its pharmacare system.
CBC election town hall recorded at Glenn Gould Studio Tues Sept. 29 hosted by Dr. Brian Goldman. Politics & Prescriptions: Should Canada have a national drug plan?
Town Hall: Should Canada have a national drug plan?
Dr. Brian Goldman looks at first impressions and the disconnect between you and the medical world on how we view tattoos and body piercings.
Six smart, strong women - mothers of children with complex diseases - are on a mission to make the system better. Not just for them but for you.
White Coat Black Art's season premiere on Saturday September 12 looks at e-cigs.
Brian unpacks flibanserin, the so-called 'female viagra' and talks about the new season of White Coat.
On this holiday edition and season finale of White Coat, Black Art, Dr. Brian Goldman's conversation with Nikhil Joshi, physician and cancer survivor.
Two stories take us back to the origins of modern medicine.
Can a drug best known as a "party drug" become a mainstream treatment for depression?
A new breed of health care worker that helps keep patients in the pink and out of hospital - the health coach.
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