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Geeta Anand

The Pulitzer prize-winning Wall Street Journal reporter on her book, The Cure, which inspired the Hollywood film, Extraordinary Measures

Geeta Anand
Geeta Anand
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The Cure is a true story about a father’s race to produce a medicine to save the lives of his two children—truly an American story, isn’t it?

Yes, because Americans generally think they can do something to change their fate and tap into resources to do so. They have an optimism.

A story like that wouldn’t happen in India?

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