My Favorite Malady: A Mütter Museum Podcast

Episode 6: Tuberculosis and Beauty & The Lazarevich Diaphanoscope

November 27, 2020 Season 1 Episode 6
My Favorite Malady: A Mütter Museum Podcast
Episode 6: Tuberculosis and Beauty & The Lazarevich Diaphanoscope
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My Favorite Malady: A Mütter Museum Podcast
Episode 6: Tuberculosis and Beauty & The Lazarevich Diaphanoscope
Nov 27, 2020 Season 1 Episode 6

In this fortnight's exciting episode we talk about how having a terminal lung disease makes you sexy, and also a very early, really extremely uncomfortable imaging technology, with special guest Hannah Polasky, MSc of the Royal Anthropological Institute. Also, we talk about salad tongs for babies, really unhappy places to get burned, hair dye, makeup, more hair dye, Tombstone, e-girls, and why you might want to learn the tensile strength of the human placenta.

Also, RIP to Horatio/Horatia, the last Mütter Museum leech. 


Show Notes

In this fortnight's exciting episode we talk about how having a terminal lung disease makes you sexy, and also a very early, really extremely uncomfortable imaging technology, with special guest Hannah Polasky, MSc of the Royal Anthropological Institute. Also, we talk about salad tongs for babies, really unhappy places to get burned, hair dye, makeup, more hair dye, Tombstone, e-girls, and why you might want to learn the tensile strength of the human placenta.

Also, RIP to Horatio/Horatia, the last Mütter Museum leech.