Robert Bazell Gives Talk on Cancer’s Progress and Profits

Robert Bazell, former chief science and health correspondent for NBC News, spoke at Bowdoin Feb. 23, 2015, on the advancements in cancer treatment and the commercial concerns surrounding them.

In his 37 years at NBC, Bazell reported over 4,500 news items and won dozens of awards for his journalism including an Edward R. Murrow Award, a Peabody, and five Emmys. He currently teaches molecular, cellular and developmental biology at Yale University.

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