While sifting through the archives I stumbled across several old radio interviews that I never published as podcasts.

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This interview from March 2014 with founding dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine, Dr Peter Hotez was on the spread of the neglected tropical disease, the parasitic disease, Leishmaniasis and its spread in the Middle East and East Africa due strife, war and conflict in these regions.

Chagas in Black and White

He stressed on the situations in the Sudan and in Syria (Aleppo evil) where leishmaniasis is running rampant.

Hotez also spoke his idea of “vaccine diplomacy” and the precedent their is for such an idea.


Other podcasts with Dr. Hotez:

The growing anti-vaccine movement: A discussion with Dr Peter Hotez

Dr. Peter Hotez discusses his new book, ‘Blue Marble Health’

Hotez measles prediction: ‘Something awful is happening in Texas’

Smallpox: ‘You can argue that Henderson may of saved more lives than any other single human being in human history’, Hotez states

Vaccines, autism and a very important book