Parallax Podcast

‘Parallax’ (/ˈparəlaks/) -noun: the effect whereby the position or direction of an object appears to differ when viewed from different positions. is proud to be associated with Radcliffe Cardiology’s Parallax.

Join Ankur Kalra, MD as he shows you a different side to cardiovascular care, management and science in his fortnightly podcast series called Parallax.

Published every second Monday, listen to Ankur’s conversations with legendary cardiologists, critical reviews of key congresses and late-breaking trials, and concise summaries of the best literature in cardiology.

We want to make this podcast about you, and for you! Please email us critical thoughts, comments and questions for Ankur at

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