On today’s show we’re rebroadcasting some favorite interviews from the past couple of months. Oncologist Siddhartha Mukherjee discusses his deeply personal biography of what he calls “the emperor of all maladies:” cancer. Yvonne Thornton talks about her long road to become the first African American woman board certified in the obstetrical sub-specialty of maternal-fetal medicine. Douglas Starr tells the true crime story that led to the birth of forensic medicine. And Anand Giridharadas gives us an intimate portrait of India’s remaking.