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Since November of 2000, there have always been people on board the International Space Station. That’s nearly 20 straight years of humans living in space! But the ISS isn’t just the world’s coolest playground, it’s also a state-of-the-art lab that’s helped scientists develop new treatments, better diagnoses, and new technology that we use for healthcare back on earth!

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