What it takes to make changes in medicine
- As tuberculosis is on the rise once again in this country, it remains *the* cause of death around the world.
- But thanks to fans of the famous vlogbrothers, John and Hank Green, the world has some additional tools to fight a disease which we’ve been able to cure for decades, lacking only the will to do it.
- And Dave tells what he learned this week about Katalin Karikó, the Hungarian-born researcher who, despite being cast aside as a crank in the 1980s, received the Nobel Prize in 2023 for 40+ years of work that saved millions of lives in just a couple short years–and which is now about to revolutionize medicine.
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