Ebola flights, Latinas and cancer, lead at gun clubs

On Wednesday Take Two will discuss how many people with Ebola could possibly get on a plane, a new study that found a genetic variant common in some Latina women significantly lowers risk of breast cancer and lead ammunition and the risks posed at gun ranges.
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