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  • Pediatric infectious disease specialist, Dr. Joe Domachowske, tells about cytomegalovirus testing of newborns in New York state, and the research he's conducting on a potential new vaccine that moms would take to protect their babies. And cell and developmental biologist Jason Horton explains how cancer drugs are developed and some advances that may help speed up the process.
  • Onondaga County health commissioner, Dr. Katie Anderson shares the annual community health assessment during this National Public Health Week. Researcher Gary Chan explains the threat of cytomegalovirus. Toxicologist Ross Sullivan tells how naloxone can reverse an opioid overdose.