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Black Women & Matters of Our Health: A Conversation With Our Sister Doctors

Black Women & Matters of Our Health: A Conversation With Our Sister Doctors

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Mar. 29 2021, Published 8:00 p.m. ET

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In the “Black Women & Matters of Our Health: A Conversation With Our Sister Doctors” live virtual streaming event, there is an expert group of medical professionals, Black female physicians, that will address the issues of disparities in healthcare for Black women. The discussion will focus on those health issues plaguing Black women, i.e., breast cancer, cervical cancer, diabetes, heart disease, mental health. In addition, they will discuss Family Health and how the coronavirus is disproportionately affecting Black families…and the need for the COVID-19 vaccine.

Hosted by: LeeAnn Trotter, NBC5 Chicago

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Featuring Our Sister Doctors:
Dr. Ngozi Ezike - Director, Illinois Department of Public Health
Dr. Patrice A. Harris - Immediate Past President, American Medical Association
Dr. Marilyn Giffin - Behavioral and Mental Health, Aetna Better Health of Illinois
Dr. Patricia Robinson - Breast Oncologist, Loyola University Hospital/Board Member, Equal Hope

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