Show: Health Talk Radio w/ Melanie Cole M.S.

Andresa Person
AIDS Awareness
Topic Info
June 5, 1981, marked the first report of what would later be known as AIDS. Thirty years into the epidemic, researchers, physicians, and activists who lived through those early years look back at how advancements in awareness, prevention, treatment have changed the lives of those affected by HIV/AIDS, and how there is renewed hope for a cure. Andresa Person the Director of AIDS services of The Visiting Nurse Service of New York, ( VNSNY) comes on the show to discuss the present day AIDS; She is helping people living with AIDS everyday and she will share with us her struggles and triumphs as she discusses the life of those living with HIV/ AIDS. Don't miss this very important show.
Guest Info
With more than a century of caring, the Visiting Nurse Service of New York is recognized as the gold standard in home health care. Since 1893, we have gone wherever compassionate and expert care is needed. Today, working closely with hospitals, physicians and managed care organizations, we service the greater New York City area. VNSNY is the largest certified not-for-profit home health care agency in the nation and the largest provider of home care to people living with HIV/AIDS in New York City.

Andresa is the Director of AIDS Services at VNSNY. She has a graduate degree in psychology and has worked at VNSNY for 15 years.
Melanie Cole, M.S.
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