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Fauci discusses new book and life in public health

Season 2024 Episode 171 | 9m 42s

Dr. Anthony Fauci is arguably the world’s most famous doctor and best known for guiding the country through the pandemic. But he has also faced right-wing criticism for assessments and recommendations throughout that period and his clashes with former President Trump. Geoff Bennett sat down with Dr. Fauci to discuss his career and new memoir, “On Call: A Doctor’s Journey in Public Service."

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