Four years ago when UCF had just broken ground on its medical school, it offered free tuition and a stipend for living expenses to lure the best and brightest students. Now those students are graduating and heading off to prestigious residency programs. NBC’s Kerry Sanders reports.
The EmbryoScope is helping doctors best determine which embryos offer the best chance at becoming healthy babies, and new research indicates this process could raise live birthrates by 50 percent or more. NBC’s Dr. Nancy Snyderman reports.
IRS commissioner Steven Miller, who submitted his resignation earlier this week, faced lawmakers at a House hearing on the IRS targeting, insisting that he had not mislead Congress or the American people. NBC’s Lisa Myers reports.
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