January 29, 2008 presentation by Stephen Schneider for the Stanford School of Medicine Medcast lecture series.
When a climate expert gets cancer, the result is unifying theory about how to tackle questions in each field. Stephen Schneider, PhD, professor of biological sciences, discusses his ideas about climate and cancer. He also discusses his 2005 book, The Patient from Hell, which chronicles his attempts to find the best treatment when he was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer.
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