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KUHF Conversations: Robert Stott

This week marks the tenth anniversary of Tropical Storm Allison, one of the most devastating flood events in Houston's history. One of the hardest hit areas was the Texas Medical Center. No patients died, but lab animals were lost, along with hundreds of millions of dollars of equipment. KUHF Health Science and Technology reporter Carrie Feibel sat down with a medical center executive to find out what's been done since then to keep the hospitals safe.

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Robert Stott is the executive vice president of the Texas Medical Center.

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