Synopsis by Sally Barber
The Best of Great Minds of Medicine offers penetrating interviews with leading medical authorities which shed light on some of today's most diabolical health concerns. Boston television reporter Laurie Garrett interviews co-founder of the National Breast Cancer Coalition, Dr. Susan Love on the myths and realities regarding breast cancer. Formerly with the Center for Disease Control and head of the team that named the Ebola virus, Dr. Karl Johnson discusses the steps in preventing and controlling outbreaks. Dr. Kay Redfield Jamison, professor of psychiatry at John Hopkins University, provides a firsthand account of living with mental illness. America's leading expert on emergency medicine, Dr. Peter Rosen reveals exactly what takes place in the emergency room. Explaining measures to avoid America's number one killer -- heart disease -- is Dr. William Castelli, former director of the Framingham Heart Study and one of America's leading cardiologists. The personal accounts provided by these top experts offer especially insightful and pertinent looks at the contemporary health scene.
doctor/nurse, health-care, innovation, medicine