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Renowned documentary filmmaker Ken Burns and NBC’s Tom Brokaw drop by to discuss Burns’ newest documentary, “The Mayo Clinic: Faith, Hope, Science,” which offers a rare glimpse into the prestigious hospital. “It’s the story of (its) history, but also these contemporary stories of regular people getting extraordinary care,” Burns says.