Original air date: 3/1/2011 Brooklyn Knows AIDS Awareness: Brooklyn has more than its fair share of people with AIDS, but knowing if you have HIV is a crucial step in the fight to control it. Meet Dee Bailey, whose non-profit ?Watchful Eye? is taking part in the Department of Health?s effort to persuade Brooklynites to get tested. The Need for Organ Donation: Why don?t more people sign up to be organ donors? In the black community, in particular, the percentage of donors is especially low. Host Monica Sweeney, MD, talks to Dr. Moro Salifu, Chief of the Renal Division at SUNY Downstate, and Dr. Devon John, a transplant surgeon there. Slowing Down a Killer Cancer: Cervical cancer was once a leading cause of death among American women. Improved screening and education have made it less lethal?but only if you take the proper precautions, as demonstrated by Brooklyn Women?s Services. Rainbow Heights Club: For young people with serious psychological issues, where can they find a place to hang out, relax, and get support from peers and a dedicated staff? And how much tougher is it if they?re also lesbian or gay? It just so happens, the place to go is on Flatbush Avenue? From Brooklyn Independent Television's Healthbeat Brooklyn. ;http://www.bricartsmedia.org/bitmoreless
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