Midmorning ceased broadcast on February 20, 2012 and was replaced by The Daily Circuit.

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Monday, June 4, 2007

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  • The real risk of infection
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has quarantined a patient for the first time since 1963, for carrying a drug-resistant form of tuberculosis. Midmorning examines the challenges of protecting the patients and the public from infectious diseases.9:06 a.m.
    Kevin Fennelly: Interim director of the division of pulmonary and critical care medicine at University Medical School of New Jersey.
    Jonathan Golub: Professor of medicine and epidemiology at Johns Hopkins University Center for Tuberculosis Research.
  • Invader bugs
    Emerald ash borers may be crunching their way through forests ever closer to Minnesota. Insect expert Jeff Hahn talks about whether the threat is real from the invasive pest, as well as other issues bugging listeners.10:06 a.m.
    Jeff Hahn: Entomologist with the University of Minnesota Extension Service.
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