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#18: Drums, long runs and the kidney sisters
A couple of medical wins this week including how two Island women received kidneys from the same donor, and a man running a marathon just a year after a bone marrow transplant. We round out this edition by meeting a six year old drummer.
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P.E.I. Pulse: Tick hunting, note in a bottle and The Buzz
This week, we'll meet the tick hunters who are hoping to get more information of the tiny insects, hear about a note found in a bottle washed ashore and we'll also check in with the people behind The Buzz as the monthly arts and culture magazine celebrates 25 years.
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P.E.I. Pulse: Paizlee Rose the micro-preemie, a home for hounds, and pulling over for funeral processions
This week, we'll hear from a woman who adopted a puppy that was in rough shape — and what she did about it, we'll meet a micro-preemie who was born at just 23 weeks and weighing one pound, and we'll go for a drive along with a funeral procession to hear more about a unique Island tradition.