Rethinking Medicine : TED Radio Hour Our approach to treating disease is, in many ways, narrow and rooted in the past. Is it time for a new paradigm? This hour, TED speakers share their visions for new ways to understand medicine.

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The TED Radio Hour: Rethinking Medicine

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Rethinking Medicine

Our approach to treating disease is, in many ways, narrow and rooted in the past. Is it time for a new paradigm? This hour, TED speakers share their visions for new ways to understand medicine.

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Siddhartha Mukherjee: Can We Reimagine Our Approach To Treating Disease?

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Atul Gawande: Medicine Has Become A Team Sport — So How Do We Treat It Like One?

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Jocelyne Bloch: After An Injury, Can The Brain Heal Itself?

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