When Keith McArthur got a second chance at life, he was determined not to waste it. After his little sister gave him a life-saving kidney, Keith set out to learn how to be happier and healthier, have amazing relationships, and achieve his biggest goals and wildest dreams. Learn along with Keith as he interviews bestselling self-help authors, inspiring visionaries, and
experts in fitness, nutrition, mindfulness, and much more.
The Ethics of Cure with Eli Clare
Cure is polarizing. For scientists and rare disease parents, it’s seen it as the holy grail. But in disability politics, it’s sometimes seen as an ablest concept. I speak with disability rights activist Eli Clare about finding the middle ground.
Why Cure Is Controversial
The notion of curing a rare disease can be controversial. Tom Shakespeare, a bioethicist and disability rights advocate, helps explain why.
Siblings of kids with complex medical needs also have complicated lives. An interview with a rare disease sibling and her father about Aislinn, a child with GRIN Disorder.
Rare Disease mom Kelly Harris talks about her daughter's GRIN Disorder Diagnosis, her biggest fears for Layla, and why it's hard for friends to understand what she's going through.
How CRISPR Will Change the World
Adam Bolt, director of the documentary Human Nature, joins Keith for a conversation about the incredible possibilities and risks posed by CRISPR Cas-9 gene editing technology.
The Good Doctor
Keith chats with Dr. Ronni Cohn, the geneticist who diagnosed Bryson's Rare Disease.