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Dr. Ronald Cirillo helps Deborah Hatfield fill out paperwork at a Florida clinic, before running a test to see whether she has hepatitis C. Daylina Miller/Health News Florida hide caption

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From Retirement To The Front Lines Of Hepatitis C Treatment

Treatment for hepatitis C has improved dramatically in the last decade — so much so that it drew one doctor out of retirement to help make sure more low-income patients are cured.

The new tax law will have the biggest impact on the market for luxury homes such as this one in the Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Tax Changes Could Hurt Affordability At High End Of The Housing Market

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Dr. Ronald Cirillo helps Deborah Hatfield fill out paperwork at a Florida clinic, before running a test to see whether she has hepatitis C. Daylina Miller/Health News Florida hide caption

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From Retirement To The Front Lines Of Hepatitis C Treatment

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From Retirement To The Front Lines Of Hepatitis C Treatment

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Helena Grant from Connecticut skiing with Brantley Beach of Keene, N.Y. "This is bliss," Grant said. "You're beyond all the cares of the world. And it almost brings tears to the eyes." Brian Mann/NCPR hide caption

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In Sub-Zero Temperatures, Skiers Find 'Bliss' In The Frozen Woods

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Mitt Romney (right) with Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, who met him on the tarmac at Salt Lake International Airport in June 2012. Colin E. Braley/AP hide caption

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Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch Announces Retirement, With Speculation Focused On Romney

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Njideka Akunyili Crosby paints in her Los Angeles studio in September 2017. John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation hide caption

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MacArthur 'Genius' Paints Nigerian Childhood Alongside Her American Present

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