June 1, 2011 – Segment 1

The rate of HIV/AIDS in Baltimore has continued to climb in the last few years, with little relief in sight. We have assembled a panel of health experts today to discuss how to go about reducing the number of HIV/AIDS cases in the city.

Joining us today are:

The rate of HIV/AIDS in Baltimore has continued to climb in the last few years, with little relief in sight. We have assembled a panel of health experts today to discuss how to go about reducing the number of HIV/AIDS cases in the city.

Joining us today are:

Dr. Naomi Redd – Clinical Pharmacist at Chase Brexton Health Services in Baltimore

Shavon Arline – Director of Health Programs for the NAACP

Dr. Patrick Sullivan – Emory University Chief Public Health Investigator, former CDC HIV Epidemiologist

Louise Treherne – Vice President for Clinical Affairs at Health Care for the Homeless, member of the Baltimore City HIV Commission

Written by Marc Steiner

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