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Matt gets in touch with a question: does a mediocre academic history automatically destroy med school aspirations, or are there ways to fix that? There are, and Amy A’hearn of our admissions office gives Matt a path to follow. Lisa Wehr and Matt Maves discuss apps that seek to help poor people, a UK chef creating ‘human meat burgers’ to promote a popular television show (with recipe, so be sure to save this one for your next Walking Dead premiere party), and a special shout out to the first genetically modified babies, who are graduating high school in the coming year. Please use your superpowers responsibly.
- 4 Years Of Lessons Learned About Drugmakers’ Payments To Doctors
- Apps for the Poor: They’re Not What You Think
- ‘Human Flesh Burgers’ By Chef James Thomlinson Probably Do Taste Like Human
- The World’s First Genetically Modified Babies Will Graduate High School This Year
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