At the start of last year's Boston Marathon, Dr Ricky Kue was working in the main medical tent in Copley Square, deciding which finishers could get treatment there and which needed more intensive care.

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What's On Greater Boston Monday, April 14

April 14, 2014
  • ZohydroGovernor Patrick has banned the powerful painkiller from being prescribed in Massachusetts.  

  • Coping after the Marathon: They saved lives at the finish line, but first responders are still dealing with trauma.

  • "The Takeaway": Host John Hockenberry talks about how the Boston Marathon bombings resonated in New York and nationally.

  • "Why Nudge?": Author Cass Sunstein explores the balancing act between libertarian ideals and government interference.  

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