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Adult Stem Cells, Super Bowl Superstitions, And The Music Of Wayne Shorter

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Adult Stem Cells, Super Bowl Superstitions, And The Music Of Wayne Shorter

Adult Stem Cells, Super Bowl Superstitions, And The Music Of Wayne Shorter

Adult Stem Cells, Super Bowl Superstitions, And The Music Of Wayne Shorter

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Wayne Shorter turns 80 this year. His newest album is called Without a Net. Robert Ascroft/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Wayne Shorter turns 80 this year. His newest album is called Without a Net.

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In this week's podcast of Weekends on All Things Considered, the scientific soundness of adult stem cells, Super Bowl superstitions, the music of Wayne Shorter, and much more.

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