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Tue October 8, 2013
How is the shutdown affecting Michigan's medical research?
As we get into the second week of the partial government shutdown, and with the debt ceiling debate looming ever closer, more voices are being raised in warning and concern over how the shutdown is impacting our daily lives.
One of those voices is that of Dr. Ora Pescovitz. Pescovitz is the CEO of the University of Michigan Health System, and the executive Vice President for Medical Affairs.
How is the shutdown affecting medical research at the University of Michigan? Is life-saving research falling victim to the debate down in Washington, D.C.?
Pescovitz talked to us about the shutdown’s damage to research.
Listen to the full interview above.
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