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You’re In the NIH Now

By: Alan Alda,Kate Rope
Narrated by: Alan Alda
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  • A young mother with two desperately sick children arrives at the NIH in the winter of 1969, where she meets doctors doing a tour of duty at the public health service.

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What leadership can create !

Thank you for telling us the stories in such a compelling fact based way. Fabulous insight into scientific evidence changing our lives so much for the better - and the leadership it took to instigate this ! Bravo to Mr Alda - doing this while living with Parkinson’s Disease - we salute you - onward for a cure for that too !

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Terrific feel good listen

This is hands down the best audible original I’ve listened to—ever. Unknown but compelling story of NIH, patients and dedicated doctors who moved medical knowledge ahead by leaps and bounds during the past 50 years. Inspiring and fascinating. And Alda is a great host and interviewer.

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Dr. Joan Marini!!!!

My daughter Brianne Schwantes was in a research program studying osteogenesis imperfecta. We traveled to Bldg 10 every 3 months for years. Thank God for the NIH

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Inspiring!

As a practicing physician I wish I could thank Akan Alda personally for doing this series. It was a powerful reminder that good medicine depends on both compassion and good science..

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