William Burman

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AIDS Walk Goal: End AIDS In Colorado By 2030

Participants in this year’s AIDS Walk have a goal: to end AIDS in Colorado by the year 2030.


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Doctor Says Spike In ‘Rabbit Fever’ Cases Should ‘Be A Concern’ For The Public

The number of human cases of tularemia — also known as rabbit fever — is 10 times higher this year than just two years ago.


Dr. Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol (credit: CBS)

1 Of 2 American Ebola Patients Has Colorado Roots

As a hospital in Atlanta is preparing for the first Ebola victims to ever set foot on U.S. soil, a Denver doctor says people in this country shouldn’t be worried about a spread of the disease.


CBS4's Jennifer Brice talks with Dr. Richard Vogt (credit: CBS)

Colorado Health Officials Investigate Noro-Like Illnesses

Denver Public Health has been investigating after several illnesses have been reported with symptoms similar to norovirus.


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