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Looking Up
1:30 am
Fri May 3, 2013

Space Fest at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force

Dean Regas is Looking Up the road to the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force at Wright Patterson Air Force Base. He’s on the phone with spokesperson Cindy Henry to talk about the different exhibitions visitors will find there, plus their 2013 Space Fest happening today (Saturday, May 4) and showcasing their Missile & Space Gallery with special displays and free activities.

The Front Row
1:30 am
Fri May 3, 2013

Golfers get help getting in "The Zone"

Dr. Gio Valiente is one of the preeminent sports psychologists working today, focusing specifically on performance counseling with golfers. He has worked successfully with names such as Vijay Singh, Matt Kuchar and Justin Rose, and he is sharing some of his tips and techniques to help golfers at all levels in a new book. Dr. Valiente is in The Front Row with Betsy Ross to discuss Golf Flow, which discusses the athletic concept known as “the zone” and how to achieve the success that brings.

On the Money
1:30 am
Fri May 3, 2013

Investing & employment news from Michael Farr of Farr, Miller & Washington

CNBC regular and president of the investment firm of Farr, Miller & Washington in Washington, D.C., Michael Farr, is On the Money with Chris DeSimio to discuss the newly released job report, current investment news, and his most recent book, Restoring our American Dream- The Best Investment.

May 4, 2013
1:30 am
Fri May 3, 2013

The Week in Review

Focus on Technology
5:31 am
Fri April 26, 2013

A possible cure for "bubble boy"

Jameson Golliday has Bubble Boy Syndrome, but with gene therapy may be cured.
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Researchers at Cincinnati Children's Hospital are optimistic after their treatment appears to be working on a toddler born without an immune system. Jameson Golliday, who has "Bubble Boy Syndrome," is out of the hospital and now at home in a sterile environment while his white blood cells generate completely.  Ann Thompson, in "Focus on Technology," explains the treatment that could eventually be the standard of care for this very rare and serious disease.

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