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Scott Budnick (second from left) stands with (from left) Jimmy Wu, who served 16 years in prison and is now a mentor; Jesse Aguiar, former gang member and now a counselor; and Franky Carrillo, who was freed by the Innocence Project after 21 years in prison. Reed Saxon/AP hide caption

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Hollywood Producer Finds Unlikely Second Career: Prison Reform

Scott Budnick hit it big in Hollywood as an executive producer of the Hangover movies. Then, in 2013, he decided to leave it all behind and focus full time on helping young people in prison.

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Carly Medosch has conditions that cause intense fatigue and chronic pain. She took part in a 2014 Stanford Medicine X conference that included discussion of "invisible" illnesses. Yuto Watanabe/Stanford Medicine X hide caption

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People With 'Invisible Disabilities' Fight For Understanding

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Scott Budnick (second from left) stands with (from left) Jimmy Wu, who served 16 years in prison and is now a mentor; Jesse Aguiar, former gang member and now a counselor; and Franky Carrillo, who was freed by the Innocence Project after 21 years in prison. Reed Saxon/AP hide caption

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No Joke: Hollywood Comedy Producer Finds Career In Prison Reform

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Cyberpsychologist: Online, 'Every Contact Leaves A Trace'

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I Can See for Miles The Who

"Sometimes the music that I write doesn't need to have lyrics, it just needs vowels," says jazz artist Tigran Hamaysan. Maeve Stam/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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A Jazz Pianist Taps Armenian Folk, Metal Riffs And A Sense Of History

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