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Published on Nov 7, 2012

Healthbeat Brooklyn Eps. 68 from Healthbeat Brooklyn. Like this? Watch the latest episode of Healthbeat Brooklyn on Blip! http://blip.tv/healthbeat-brooklyn/watch

Original air date: 11/6/2012

How can the medical community provide patients and their loved ones with the best possible care when the condition is beyond a cure? Host Monica Sweeney, MD, discusses end-of-life issues with a team from New York Methodist Hospital, led by Chief of Geriatric Palliative Medicine Louis Muddanayake, MD. We then meet Dr. Robert Gore, who started the Kids Against Violence Initiative (KAVI) after seeing too many young people in the emergency room.

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