Insight on National Minority Health Month

When it comes to the state of health in the US, it’s no secret that African Americans suffer disproportionately from many ailments that are quite frankly costing us our lives. Cancer, diabetes, heart disease, kidney disease, and the list goes on. But why do these health disparities exist and what is being done about them. April is National Minority Health Month and my guest tonight has been on a quest to address these complex health challenges, especially East of the River in the District.

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Guest: Director of Government and Community Affairs for Sibley Memorial Hospital with Johns Hopkins Medicine.

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