Bohemian Polypharmacy – latest in clever YouTube video series

I don’t know how James McCormack, Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of British Columbia, finds time to produce these videos, but I’m a big fan.  His latest is “Bohemian Polypharmacy” – a parody of Queen’s classic song “Bohemian Rhapsody” – a song all about polypharmacy – taking more medicines than are clinically indicated.

You can also see his videos on:

You can also visit his Medication Mythbusters blog and hear his Best Science (BS) Medicine podcasts.

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