CBS Evening News for Monday, Jun 13, 2011
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(Bethesda, Maryland: Wyatt Andrews) Research on the genetic disorder Progeria that has provided clues on aging examined; scenes shown of 4-year-old Zach Pickard, who has the disease; details given about the cell-destroying protein Progerin and trials of a drug that blocks it; diagrams shown. [National Institutes of Health director Dr. Francis COLLINS- says we learned what the signal is that turns it on.]
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