HIV/AIDS: Then and Now; You First! Election Coverage

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When Dr. Michael Lederman and Dr. Leonard Calabrese first started treating AIDS patients in the early 1980s, the disease was still a mystery infused with fear. No one knew it would grow into a global public health crisis. Much has changed since then, and these two pioneering Cleveland doctors are still on the case. Join the conversation on The Sound of Ideas. Plus, we'll preview ideastream's You First! initiative.

Guests: 

-Dr. Michael Lederman, Professor of Medicine, Case Western Reserve University 
-Dr. Leonard Calabrese, Director, Center for Clinical Immunology, Cleveland Clinic 
-Naimah O'Neal, Person Living with HIV & HIV Medical Social Worker, Circle Health Services
-Nick Castele, Reporter, ideastream 
-Kevin Anderson, Managing Producer of Digital Media, ideastream
 

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