Judy Woodruff speaks to Dr. Francis Collins, who is retiring from his role as director of the National Institutes of Health after more than a decade, about his career. He warned that the U.S. may face a million COVID cases a day this winter if it doesn’t take precautions. Before he became NIH director, he was known for his work on genetics and helped map the finished sequence of the human genome.
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