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Stateside: Monoclonal antibody use booms; Lansing musician Rachel Curtis; UM gymnastics coach

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Today on Stateside, Michigan sees a boom in the use of monoclonal antibodies to keep COVID-19 patients out of the hospital. Plus, the coach of the University of Michigan's women's gymnastics team talks about a tough pandemic year that ended in a national championship. And, singer-songwriter Rachel Curtis talks about new ways of producing and releasing music during a pandemic.

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“It’s like a miracle:” Monoclonal antibody use soars over 300% in Michigan

Stateside’s conversation with Kate Wells

  • Kate Wells is a reporter at Michigan Radio. 

Lansing singer-songwriter Rachel Curtis on filling the sonic room

Stateside’s conversation with Rachel Curtis

  • Rachel Curtis is a singer-songwriter from Lansing. Her latest single is called "I Don't Like It."
  • Support for arts and culture coverage comes in part from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs.

Pandemic all-stars: In a tough year, Michigan college athletes bring home big titles

Stateside’s conversation with Bev Plocki

  • Bev Plocki is the coach of the women’s gymnastic team at the University of Michigan.

Muson nurses in Northern Michigan struggle after latest COVID surge

Taylor Wizner reports

  • Taylor Wizner is a reporter with Interlochen Public Radio. 
Stateside is produced daily by a dedicated group of producers and production assistants. Listen daily, on-air, at 3 and 8 p.m., or subscribe to the daily podcast wherever you like to listen.
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