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03
September
2020
|
16:53 PM
America/New_York

Dr. Jarrett: Why Skipping Routine Care Because of Covid Is Mistake

A discussion with Holy Name Hospital’s, Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Adam Jarrett, who says delaying checkups and routine preventative tests because of Coronavirus can be risky.

Original Air Date: September 3, 2020

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