The Future of Medicine

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Imagine restoring sight in a person who has gone blind. Repairing pathways in the body destroyed by a stroke. Mitigating the damage caused by cancer treatment by delivering drugs directly to cancer cells. These are all challenges Molly Shoichet is working on in her lab at the University of Toronto. She holds the Canada Research Chair in tissue engineering and is a professor of chemistry, biomaterials and biomedical engineering. She joins Nam Kiwanuka to discuss her work.
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