Episode synopsis (from BBC Radio 4's website):
Genetics and confidentiality; a fascinating legal case where a woman is suing the hospital trust that looked after her father with Huntington's disease for not warning that she too could be affected. And a well established use of very low carb diets that isn't so well known - to treat complex childhood epilepsy. Plus cancer of the voice box and persistent sore throat. And should hairy arms be shaved for a hospital drip? This question has prompted a transatlantic spat when Sir Andy Murray posted a photograph after his recent hip operation.
Middleton, A (2019). 'Genes and confidentiality; sore throats and cancer; diet for epilepsy; shaving for hospital drips' interview by Mark Porter [Radio]. BBC Radio 4 Inside Health. 5th February. Available at: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0002bnz [Accessed: 14 February 2019]