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11-28-11: Maryland Morning with Sheilah Kast
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What are the social and medical implications of growing old with AIDs? We talk about it with a state health official and a professor of medicine who’s also an epidemiologist.
Then – how writing things out by hand can affect how we organize our thoughts. We ask a brain science expert how it works.
Plus: librarian Paula Willey tells Tom Hall about the must-have children’s books of the season.
And: Tom talks with the writer Dudley Clendinen about the book he’s writing on his battle with ALS.