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Extracts from the Past, Present, and Future of Chemistry
Weekly Program
Jackie Duffin on medical miracles
 Chemical Heritage Foundation  Contact Contributor
July 30, 2008, 8:24 a.m.
Today's show moves past the old stereotype of conflict between science and religion to find areas where they overlap. We chat with Jackie Duffin, a historian and hematologist at the University of Toronto, who inadvertently found herself making a case for sainthood. We wrap up the show with a look at the chemistry of zombies. Element of the Week? Pneuma.
Distillations is produced by the Chemical Heritage Foundation. For more information, visit distillations dot chemheritage dot org.

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