60 Minutes March 10 2013
60 Minutes shared three interesting and relevant reports on a variety of subjects: FDA regulation loopholes surrounding compounding prescriptions, advice for women climbing the corporate later from the COO of Facebook, and a look inside one of the most intricately detailed and painstaking construction projects ever recorded on Earth. Check out what you may have missed this week on 60 Minutes.
60 Minutes: NECC Compounding Meningitis Outbreak & FDA Tainted Drugs
CBS News went inside a pharmaceutical nightmare, in which tainted drugs from a compounding facility have infected hundreds of patients with a chronic condition that is difficult to treat. What caused this, and why is the FDA powerless to prevent it from happening again? The 60 Minutes report will have you shaking your head and grasping for elusive answers.
60 Minutes: Sheryl Sandberg Lean In Review & Women In The Workplace
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg is making waves with her new book Lean In, about what she sees as the stalled feminist movement. Find out what she says about how women can advance themselves in the workplace, and what they need to do to achieve professional parity and forward progress after years of stasis. Her controversial comments are drawing a lot of attention, which should at least sell some books.
60 Minutes: Sagrada Familia Barcelona & God’s Architect Antoni Gaudi
Go inside the longest running construction project in the history of the world, which started in the 1800s and still has at least a decade of work ahead. The architect of Sagrada Familia was a visionary who was possibly a full century ahead of his time in his vision for one of the grandest churches in the history of the world.