A new way to sniff out Parkinson’s disease

SCIENTISTS HAVE found a way to identify Parkinson’s disease with help from a “super-smeller”, a person with an exceptionally sensitive sense of smell. Also, Kate Brown of MIT tells us what she uncovered during decades of researching the Chernobyl disaster. And Chinese scientists may have worked out how to recharge pacemakers. Kenneth Cukier hosts. 

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