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  • Writer's pictureCraig Silverman

Medical Matters

Medical matters. Humans seek relief for every known malady. Some problems are serious; 0thers as trivial as boredom. We crave entertainment and information. Dr. Elisabeth Rosenthal is a renowned MD and New York Times’ writer covering health care, climate change, China, and the world. Dr. Rosenthal worked as an emergency room physician before becoming a journalist and she is a fascinating guest.

Dr. Rosenthal is the author of “An American Sickness: How Healthcare Became Big Business and How You Can Take It Back” and editor-in-chief of Kaiser Health News. Most recently, she wrote powerfully following the massacre of the Boulder Ten with her Washington Post column titled, “I was a Teenage Gun Owner, then an ER Doctor. Assault-style Weapons make me Sick.”

Let’s never forget what happened in Boulder. Or Aurora. Or Columbine. Let’s not forget or ignore threats around such as racism, climate change, and police brutality at the hands of the Officer Chauvins of the world. Our Troubadour Dave Gunders gifts us with his wonderful song, Way of Forgetting. Let it be a healing song for those grieving in Boulder.

Peter Schaffer is a famous sports agent and attorney whose clients include Jerome Bettis, Barry Sanders and Joe Thomas. Peter dominates Craig’s Lawyers’ Lounge discussing the NFL draft, pro sports’ future, race relations, LeBron James, the Broncos, and the Chauvin trial and verdicts. Listen to the medical battles the Schaffer family is fighting and how to help.

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