Why we get sick: Darwinian Medicine

Randolph Nesse talks to Richard Dawkins about ‘Darwinian Medicine’:

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Dr Chris Paton

Dr Chris Paton is the Group Health for Global Health Informatics at the University of Oxford.

One thought on “Why we get sick: Darwinian Medicine”

  1. Pronation/supination is such a wonderfully complex yet elegantly simple movement, and has been my favorite biomechanical axis ever since first year anatomy lessons. Fun to see this used as an illustration of evolutionary mechanisms!

    Interesting talk, thanks for sharing! 🙂

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