In the developing world, deaths and injuries from orthopedic trauma now outnumber malaria, TB and AIDS combined. Often local medical facilities have no way to fix the broken bones. That's changing thanks to a simple invention by a Washington state orthopedic surgeon named Lew Zirkle. Also in this episode: Sharon MacNeil's husband Eric died of Non-Hodgkin lymphoma, 17 months after they were married. He left just one sperm sample. Close to ten years later, Sharon has conceived and she is now carrying twins - a boy and a girl.