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Can You Be Too Smart for Your Own Good? And Other FREAK-quently Asked Questions

Thursday, May 23, 2013

Dubner and Levitt talk about circadian rhythms, gay marriage, autism, and whether "pay what you want" is everything it's cracked up to be.


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Mark from Boston

On further incentive for the cure of cancer (or any other medical condition) is that many people have a family member or friend who is currently suffering from cancer in one form or another, and there is certainly a desire to help those people if they can. There are many anecdotal stories of people who move into medical research because they had a close family member who was afflicted or died, and they want to prevent it from happening to others. This is different from, but shares aspects of, the 'hero' incentive imo.

May. 23 2013 09:23 AM

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