HIV/AIDS has taken the lives of more than 100,000 New Yorkers since 1981. Through the eyes of five infectious disease physicians at SBH Health System, this episode looks at the beginning of the crisis in 1981 and its journey over the past 38 years. For more information on services available at SBH Health System, visit www.sbhny.org.
Host: Steven Clark
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Episode 15: Cervical cancer is preventable.
Episode 14: Medication mistakes are the biggest reason for patient safety error.
Episode 12: Education is the biggest factor in getting help for a geriatric patient.
Episode 11: We’re in the midst of a maternal mortality crisis.
Episode 10: How did you sleep last night?
Episode 9: Opioid Addiction Does not Play Favorites.
Episode 8: Stroke: Every Minute Counts.
Episode 7: A Diabetes Epidemic in the Bronx.
Episode 6: You have a right to WIC Assistance.
Episode 5: Tired of covering up those varicose veins?
Episode 4: Overweight and nothing works?
Episode 3: Joint Replacement.
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