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Arthur Levine, the former Senior Vice Chancellor for the Health Sciences and Dean of the School of Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh, discusses the role that science has played in human progress including the enhancement of human health, and the critical impact of the federal government in advancing the health sciences through work done in such agencies as the NIH, CDC and FDA. He also talks about the nature of the COVID-19 disease and efforts to develop a vaccine.

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