Dr. Tom Grogan, a professor emeritus at the University of Arizona College of Medicine, invented a cancer diagnosis instrument that is used for 20 million patients per year worldwide. Dr. Grogan’s instrument allows experts to identify the cellular characteristics of a patient’s disease so treatment can be personalized and reach every last cancer cell. Dr. Grogan’s book “Chasing the Invisible: A Doctor’s Quest to Abolish the Last Unseen Cancer Cell,” tells the story of the hurdles he faced in developing the instrument, including investors’ lack of interest, millions in debt and protests from the medical community. We’ll hear more from Dr. Grogan.
Republican candidates Abraham Hamadeh, Andrew Gould, Dawn Grove, Lacy Cooper, Rodney Glassman and Tiffany Shedd debate border protection and other issues as they each make their case to become the next Arizona Attorney General.
Journey to South America to explore the magnificent flora and fauna of Colombia, from the Pacific coast to the the Andes.
Take a closer look at the life of George III and how an assassination attempt and a tale of mental illness changed Britain.