Guest Host: Steve Roberts

Stephen Heywood was 29 when he learned he was dying of ALS – Lou Gehrig’s disease. His older brother Jamie transformed himself from a mechanical into a genetic engineer in a race to cure the incurable. Pulitzer-prize winning author Jonathan Weiner tells the story of the brothers’ journey to the edge of medicine.

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  • Jonathan Weiner Pulitzer Prize winning author of "The Beak of the Finch," "Time, Love, Memory," "Planet Earth," and "The Next One Hundred Years."

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