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Special Guest: Dr. Rani Whitfield: Dr. Whitfield, “Tha Hip Hop Doc” or “H2D”, engaged in a twelve-month campaign, five days a week during the evening drive on WEMX Max 94.1 FM. His commercials, aptly titled the “Hip Hop Medical Moment,” became a main draw that spawned the attention of his fellow Baton Rouge natives. Breast cancer, breast-feeding, hypertension, HIV and any other health topic that affects the Black community, became the subject on a given night.
Special Guest: Charles Modlin, MD, FACS, is a Kidney Transplant Surgeon, Urologist and Founder and Director of the Minority Men’s Health Center of Cleveland Clinic's Glickman Urological Institute. Dr. Modlin is not only the sole African American transplant surgeon in Northeastern Ohio, but he represents one of only 17 African American transplant surgeons in the entire United States.
Check out the link: http://www.menshealthmonth.org/week/
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