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Treating Diabetes and Hypertension by Saving Lives and Limbs – at the Barbershop

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Interview with Dr. Bill Releford - Dr. Bill Releford is a medical dynamo who has gained international acclaim for launching and inspiring a national health movement that has saved lives – and limbs. Known as the Black Barbershop Health Outreach Program, this novel initiative began in Los Angeles when Dr. Releford became alarmed over the growing number of black male patients who had diabetes and/or hypertension and had lost their limbs to this disease.