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The scientists who couldn’t help their own daughter 11

When tragedy struck a family, their deep knowledge of treating nervous-system injuries did little to help. Daniel Engber, senior editor at The Atlantic, joins host Krys Boyd to discuss the parents – one a bioengineer in regenerative medicine and another a specialist in rehabilitation robotics – who  found they had to rethink their life’s work to help their young daughter after the accident. His article is called “A peer-reviewed portrait of suffering.”