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Caitlin Harrington interviews Monique Vallery (left) SAAF events  coordinator and Ethan Smith-Cox (right) SAAF director of development, on the upcoming aids walk.

HIV Testing a First at Annual AIDSWALK

Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation hopes to meet community's need for testing

Voices for the Cure 2012, 2011

Listen to women and men from our community whose lives have been touched by breast cancer share stories of love, courage, and hope.

We visit two food banks in Nogales, Arizona where there is a huge need for these services.

Economic Downturn Creates 'New Poor' in Arizona

Social-service providers see marked increase in numbers seeking help; no relief in sight

We talk with a specialist and a man saved by chest-compression-only CPR.

Saving Lives with CPR

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation can be vital in unexpected circumstances

A look at clinical trials for cancer patients through the life of a GIST cancer patient

Patients Seek Hope Through Trials

Clinical trials offer cancer patients a chance at treatment and a role in research

Head of UA's Cancer Center Dr. David Alberts says clinical trials for cancer treatments help improve effectiveness.

Treating Cancer with an Individualized Approach

The Arizona Cancer Center continues research on new methods of cancer treatment

Losing AHCCCS: Southern Arizona Copes With Medicaid Cuts

An Arizona Public Media special report on cuts' impact to patients and health care providers

SAVAHCS developed a Veteran Patient Concierge Service to Veterans of all types provided by the friendly, warm and extremely courteous staff and volunteers. Several amenities are given to veterans also as a complimentary service.

VA Program to Provide Posh Care

VA hospital implements concierge services to provide veterans and visitors with personalized help

Tony Paniagua speaks to Assistant, Public Affairs Officer Pepe Mendoza and Volunteer Coordinator Gayle Donkin about vounteering, construction, a welcome home for service members and several other topics going on at the VA hospital in Tucson.

Volunteers Give Back to Our Veterans

VA Concierge Service provides vets with needed info on health, other benefits

During the past 20 years, there has been a dramatic increase in obesity in the United States and rates remain high. Pima County has received a 16 million dollar grant to fight obesity among the population, but experts say there is still a lot of work to be done.

UA Researchers, Clinicians Fight Childhood Obesity

Efforts underway to diminish costly epidemic that now afflicts 17% of all U.S. children

We Interview Donna Liggins - Board Member, CAAHW, and Linda Parker, RN - Project Assistant, Carondelet Health Network.

People of Color Festival

Providing health resources to the underserved

David Labiner - MD, Dept.Head Neurology AZ health Sciences Center

Epilepsy Spikes In Elderly; UA Studies Effects

Prevalence, risk of seizure shifts from children to seniors

Researchers Probe Dramatic Drop In Vaccinations

Arizona parents choosing not to vaccinate their children has doubled in a single decade

Vaccination Controversy Spurs Decline

UA researcher to help determine why immunization rates are falling dramatically

Honey Pivirotto - Asst. County Administrator for Health Policy

New Mental Health Facilities To Offer Innovative Treatment

Two new crisis intervention and treatment facilities open in Pima County

Scorpion

FDA OKs Scorpion Antivenom Developed With UA Help

Anascorp gets the nod from federal regulators; originated in Mexico

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