Top Cancer Doctor; Inducing at 39 Weeks; ECOT; Buckeye Trail

ideastream's Kay Colby interviewed the head of the National Cancer Institute, who was in Cleveland for a conference with top cancer researchers. Statehouse reporter Andy Chow discussed the latest on the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow saga. Everett Brandt completed his quest to set the fastest known time on his through-hike of the Buckeye Trail. And we learned about a study showing that first time mothers who are induced at 39 weeks have a lower rate of Caesarean sections than those who go into labor naturally.

Guests: 

Edward Chien, MD, MetroHealth

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