Georgetown University Radio Forum #1317: Hypertension: The Key to Heart Trouble, 1972
Moderator Wallace Fanning introduces speakers Dr. Gerald Shugoll, Chief of Cardiology at the Veterans Administration Hospital and Chairman of the Professional Education Committee of the Washington Heart Association, Dr. Jack Clay, Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at the George Washington University Medical School and former President of the Washington Heart Assocation, and Dr. Frank A. Finnerty, Jr., Clinical Professor of Medicine and Chief of Cardiovascular Research at Georgetown University Medical School, who discuss hypertension and its relationship to heart trouble.
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