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TED Talk Friday: Kids detecting cancer and playing dangerously

This month’s installment in our TED Talk Friday series featured two fantastic talks focused on kids…

First up, 15-year-old Jack Andraka spoke about his innovative new approach to detecting pancreatic cancer in a cheaper, less invasive, and more effective way than previous technology ever imagined… incredible.

Next, we listened to Gever Tulley talk about 5 dangerous things parents should let their kids do. As the founder of the Tinkering School, Tulley speaks passionately about letting kids take risks and exposing them to new opportunities to push boundaries and explore.

A little danger may be good for kids… grown-ups too!

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