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Today, you’ll learn about an interesting way pills made from poop could help millions of people with allergies, how researchers edited the contents of a pair of donor lungs to better match the recipient, and how pain can affect a baby’s development, and what parents can do about it.

May 06, 2022

Episode show notes:

Peanut allergies are being treated in an…interesting new way.

Lungs can now be edited for a better organ donor match.

Pain isn’t just physically bad for babies - it can stunt their development. Here’s how doctors are treating it.

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