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  1. FDA Advisers Endorse Genetically Engineered Immunotherapy For Cancer : Shots - Health News : NPR

    An advisory panel to the Food and Drug Administration recommends the agency, for the first time, approve a new kind of treatment that uses genetically modified immune cells to attack cancer cells.

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  2. Clockwise #197: So Much of Your Life is a Lie - Relay FM

    Net neutrality, brain-training games, wireless charging, and our camera-filled future.

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  3. that moment

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  4. Live from the Poundstone Institute : NPR

    Paula Poundstone is on a quest to gather all of the world’s knowledge. Or, as she puts it, "to get less stupid, one topic at a time." Follow her search as she looks to scientists, researchers, and experts for evidence about everything from what music cats like to the fluid dynamics of spilling coffee. "Every week, we’ll keep looking for knowledge," says Paula, "because we know we left it somewhere."

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  5. Ross and Carrie and Louis Theroux: My Scientology Movie | Maximum Fun


    Oh No, Ross and Carrie!

    Ross and Carrie speak with Louis Theroux, filmmaker and journalist extraordinaire, about his new film: "My Scientology Movie." Hear all about the Church’s response, Louis’ visit to the Los Feliz Mission, his complicated relationship with former high-ranking church official Marty Rathbun, and more in this exciting dialog between Louis and two of his biggest fans.

    Be sure to check out our photos by liking us on Facebook.

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  6. Mobbin’ It

    Pine State BiscuitsFinger TreeLimits and Colimits - Bartosz MilewiskiCategory Theory IIElm Is WrongElm user group SFExpression ProblemWho’s Afraid of Object AlgebrasTyped final (tagless-final) styleExtensibility for the Masses Practical Extensibility with Object AlgebrasFree CategoryAdjunctionFree FunctorForgetful FunctorGalois Connection

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  7. A Very Scary Fireworks Show: Exploding H-Bombs In Space : Krulwich Wonders… : NPR

    Back in 1962, the U.S. blew up a hydrogen bomb, creating what might be the greatest fireworks spectacular ever. People in Hawaii gathered on rooftops, sipping drinks, as they watched a radioactive rainbow display in the night sky.

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  8. Could the Answer to the Antibiotic-Resistance Crisis Be Found on a Toilet Seat? - The Atlantic

    “Compost bin. Pig trough. Dog-food bowl. Laptop keyboard.”

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  9. An Enemy of the Kremlin Dies in London - The Atlantic - By Jeffrey Stern

    Who killed Alexander Perepilichny? An audio version of the Article that was originally published in the January/February 2017 issue of The Atlantic. See the full text here:

    Original video:
    Downloaded by on Fri, 30 Jun 2017 04:53:50 GMT Available for 30 days after download

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  10. The 5 Percent: The Super-Users and Health-Care Spending - The Atlantic

    “Super-users” with complex medical needs make up a small fraction of U.S. patients, but they account for half of the nation’s overall health-care spending. Now, innovative efforts are providing better care at lower costs.

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