S4-E45.2 – Hepatology Under Air Raids

S4-E45.2 - Hepatology Under Air Raids
In continuation of the Surfing NASH interview series, Roger Green talks to Professor Oren Shibolet, Head of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at the Tel Aviv Medical Center.

This is a powerful discussion which touches on the Hamas invasion on October 7 and its aftermath on the Israeli people and the practice of medicine today. In this conversation, Oren discusses how the events of October 7 have affected the Israeli medical system, focusing largely on the practice of hepatology. Along the way, you will get a flavor of what it is like to live in a place where air raid sirens ring 5-6 times per day and there are strict, life-saving protocols about what to do when you hear the sirens. This description cannot begin to touch on the gravity of this conversation, so surf on for the full account.

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