Pittsburgh 360: Men and Cancer Ep. 3, Pittsburgh Public Market & Regarding Race
We begin this episode of Pittsburgh 360 with the third installment in our series Men & Cancer and focus on a young man who found himself facing the diagnosis of testicular cancer. Then we take you into the Pittsburgh Public Market in the Strip District for a look at their fully licensed commercial kitchen and how it could impact our economy. Finally, we conclude the episode by going inside the Carnegie Museum of Natural History for a peak at the exhibit RACE: Are we so different?
Pittsburgh 360: Men and Cancer Ep. 3, Pittsburgh Public Market & Regarding Race aired on Oct 16, 2014.
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