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Stem-Cell Series Nets Pulitzer for 'Globe' Writer

Gareth Cook covers science for The Boston Globe. Last week, he won the 2005 Pulitzer Prize for explanatory journalism for his yearlong series of stories on stem-cell research. The judges praised Cook's work for explaining "the complex scientific and ethical dimensions of stem cell research."


Other segments from the episode on April 13, 2005

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, April 13, 2005: Interview with Gareth Cook; Interview with Musa Mayer.


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