On Saturday, May 17th at 4 PM (at our Frankfort Ave store), Carmichael's welcomes Dr. Michael Saag for a discussion and signing of his new book "Positive : One Doctor's Personal Encounters with Death, Life, and the U.S. Health System." Saag began his medical residency in 1981, within days of the Centers for Disease Control's first report of a mysterious "gay cancer" killing young men. Soon, the young doctor's career was yoked to the epidemic. His life's work became turning the most deadly virus in human history into a chronic, manageable disease. "Positive" is Dr. Saag's tribute to the unforgettable patients he has known and an urgent call to create a comprehensive, compassionate, accessible healthcare system in the name of those we can save today. Please join us for this very special event!
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