Caldicott Lecture for David Barsamian , Segment 1

from Home|A-Infos Radio Project by jazzwilliams@gmail.com (Jasmin Williams)

Helen Caldicott, M.D., pediatrician and internationally recognized author and lecturer, hosts a weekly, one-hour radio program titled If You Love This Planet. Produced by Scott Powell, Amanda Bellerby and Jasmin Williams. Edited by Jasmin Williams.

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