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Listen to July 18, 2008 Edition with Host Mark McLemore

9-1-1 Border Towers - Meningitis Vaccine - Olympic athlete Jill Camarena - Dr. Victoria Maizes / Center for Integrative Medicine - artist Joanna Frueh

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Some of the towers that make up the Department of Homeland Security’s virtual border fence may be getting technological upgrades: 9-1-1-only cell phone receivers, as Christopher Conover reports.

Humane Borders

A new state law mandates public school students entering 6th grade must show proof of receiving a Meningitis vaccine. Kimberly Craft tells us about the mother who has worked to put this policy into effect after suffering the loss of her teenage son.

Pima Health Immunization Schedule
National Meningitis Foundation

Tony Paniagua profiles an Olympic athlete who lives and trains in Tucson. Jill Camarena will be representing the United States in the shot put event in Beijing.

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2008 Summer Olympics
UA Athletics Track & Field

Bill Buckmaster interviews Victoria Maizes, M.D., Executive Director of the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona, which has just received an award as a "Center of Excellence."

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Sooyeon Lee profiles the work of performance artist Joanna Frueh, a unique voice in the world of feminist art.

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Joanna's homepage Warning: Contains nudity and adult content.

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