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As TODAY’s special series “Do You Believe: Touching the Afterlife” continues, correspondent Jenna Bush Hager visits Dr. Sam Parnia of the State University of New York at Stony Brook, who is conducting cutting-edge research comparing the accounts of people who’ve had near-death experiences. There are remarkable consistencies in the accounts, Parnia says.