After more than 15 years of multiple sclerosis, a patient travels to Mexico for a risky, experimental treatment called HSCT, against her doctor's advice.
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WHYY & The Pulse hosted a conversation about the legacy of W.E.B. Du Bois' ground-breaking book,"The Philadelphia Negro" and the path towards more equitable cities.
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From the 1960s to the late ’80s, countless people got operations in the hope that could improve recidivism. But did it?
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Owner Mike Keane was at the bar the day the towers came down just two blocks away. He works to keep the memory alive.
1 month agoListen 06:42
From fireproofing to alarms to stairway width, building codes cost lives at the Twin Towers. But in the aftermath, not that much has changed.
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Research has shown a link between exposure to racism and birth outcomes. The terror attacks offered a unique window on the effects of anti-Arab racism.
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