The Fever Tree
Where did cinchona, the first medication to cure malaria, come from? This episode explores the murky history of the bark of the fever tree and its derivative chloroquine with mysterious pre-Columbian Pacific crossings of the plasmodium parasite, Jesuit priests and Inca healers, a Chinese Emperor performing a clinical trial to treat his fever, chemistry leading to the first modern pharmaceuticals, and imperialism on a global scale. This episode is the first of a multi-part series exploring how hydroxychloroquine became the great hope for treating COVID-19.
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Bedside Rounds is a medical podcast by Adam Rodman, MD, about fascinating stories in clinical medicine rooted in history. ACP has teamed up with Adam to offer continuing medical education related to his podcasts, available exclusively to ACP members by completing the CME/MOC quiz.
Adam Rodman, MD, ACP Member - Host
Joshua Allen-Dicker, MD, MPH, ACP Member
Andrea Cedfeldt, MD, FACP
Thomas G. Cooney, MD, MACP
David Feinbloom, MD, FACP
Marisa Jupiter, MD, ACP Member
Geeda Maddaleni, MD
Jarred McAteer, MD
Gabe Pajares Hurtado, MD
Jorge Rodriguez, MD
Jordan Talan, MD
Anthony Breu, MD
Avital O'Glasser, MD, FACP
Zahir Kanjee, MD, ACP Member
Eileen E. Reynolds, MD, MACP
Adam Strauss, MD
Anjala Tess, MD
Arielle Urman, MD
Those named above unless otherwise indicated have no relationships to disclose.
Release Date: June 8, 2020
Expiration Date: June 8, 2023
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