Street Beat: Health Concerns — Cancer, Maternity Care, Fitness, Brain Injury

This week on Street Beat, host Amyre Makupson looks at health issues that concern many Michiganders.  First, Dr. Sharon Bihlmeyer of St. Joseph Cancer Clinics talks about the See, Test, and Treat program that offers no cost cancer screenings to low income women.

Dr. Sharon Bihlmeyer St. Joseph Cancer Clinics (credit: CW50)

Dr. Sharon Bihlmeyer St. Joseph Cancer Clinics (credit: CW50)

Then, Dr. Marc Keshishian, Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer of the Blue Care Network of Michigan, discusses a new program that is providing high quality, affordable maternity care for its patients.

Dr. Marc Keshishian Blue Care Network of Michigan (credit: CW50)

Dr. Marc Keshishian Blue Care Network of Michigan (credit: CW50)

Next, Priority Health Champion Rick Thomas talks about getting fit and encouraging others to do so.

Rick Thomas Team Priority Health Champion (credit: CW50)

Rick Thomas Team Priority Health Champion (credit: CW50)

Finally, Dr. Bryan Weinstein, the owner and founder of Life Skills Village and Jeff Wilbur, its clinical director, discuss concussion and the treatments available to those who have brain injuries.

Dr. Bryan Weinstein Life Skills Village and Jeff Wilbur Life Skills Village (credit: CW50)

Dr. Bryan Weinstein Life Skills Village and Jeff Wilbur Life Skills Village (credit: CW50)

 

            

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