When Leana Wen became only the second physician ever to lead Planned Parenthood, she was returning to an organization that years earlier had provided health care to much of her own immigrant family. Emerging from poverty, Wen graduated from college, summa cum laude, at age 18 and became a Rhodes scholar, a practicing ER doctor, a public health leader, a book author, and a passionate advocate for reproductive health and rights. She joined Planned Parenthood after four years as health commissioner for the City of Baltimore and is now the mother of a two-year-old. How does Leana Wen get it all done? Join a live podcast recording of "The Cut on Tuesdays" to find out.