Evolution of Modern Endoscopy; Cokie Roberts Talks Presidential Politics

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The inside story of the history of doctors seeing inside the body without cutting us open. We'll explore how a sword swallower helped pioneer what we now know as endoscopy.  Plus, the inside story of the women of Washington during the Civil War with Cokie Roberts, author of "Capital Dames." We'll talk election year politics with Cokie, too.  

 

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Guests: 

Brandy Schillace, PhD, Dittrick Medical History Center and Museum  
Chris Kaye, VP Technical Innovations, US Endoscopy  
Cokie Roberts, Journalist, commentator, NPR contributor, author, "Capital Dames"
Karen Kasler, Ohio Statehouse News Bureau Chief 

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Hard to Swallow: A Brief History of "Seeing"...

Apr. 12, 2016
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The Sound of Ideas

Cokie Roberts Talks Presidential Politics Past and Present

Apr. 12, 2016
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