Apart from Food Matters, the priniciple form of science communication I do these days is on a podcast - Audiommunity. The intersection between the podcast and this blog is narrow but significant, and the most recent episode is something I think might be of interested to you, dear reader.
We're discussing a strange case where a man seems to have acquired a food allergy after recieving a bone marrow transplant from his sister to treat his myeloma. Listen here, and if you like what you hear, subscribe to the podcast!
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Kevin Bonham is a Curriculum Fellow in the Microbiology and Immunobiology department at Harvard Medical school. He received his PhD from Harvard, where he studied how the cells of the immune system detect the presence of infectious microbes. Find him on Google+, Reddit.