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Washington Post columnist David Von Drehle clams of a possible deal between President Trump and congressional Democrats to protect young undocumented immigrants, what Robert Mueller may be learning about Trump’s business ties, and sharper questions on the role of social media in the 2016 election. Then, Dr. Francis Collins, director of National Institutes of Health, explains gene editing, regenerative medicine, and immunotherapy — and how these advances may lead to cures for some of our most debilitating and deadly diseases.
- David Von Drehle Columnist, The Washington Post, former, editor at large, Time magazine author of several books including “Triangle: The Fire That Changed America.”
- Dr. Francis Collins Director, National Institutes of Health
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