Hi All-

A national health reporter may do a story on “Who is still dying of AIDS in the US.”

I know we have talked about this at the HMHTF and have never been able to put together a presentation for LA at Coping.

Would anyone be interested in speaking with her? She is especially interested in interviewing the providers, family and friends of these people.

I think anyone who passed in the last 5 years would be considered.

Who else would be a good lead for her? The APLA home health nurses?

 

I think this national feature story could highlight many of the issues we discuss at the HMHTF.

 

I hope everyone is well.

Best,
Tom

 

 

 

 

 

Tom Donohoe

Associate Professor of Family Medicine

Director, UCLA/Pacific AIDS Education and Training Center

Associate Director, UCLA Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention

 

David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA

10880 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 1800
Los Angeles, CA 90024-4142
Voice  (310) 794-8276
Fax  (310) 794-6097

donohoe@ucla.edu

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