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The Impact of Gun Violence on U.S. Hospitals

  • Aired: 03/22/2013
  • 03:25
  • Rating: E
On any given summer night in Newark, N.J., its not uncommon for up to 35 people to walk through the E.R. doors shot, stabbed or beaten, according to Dr. Sampson Davis. The author of "Living and Dying in Brick City" sat sat down with Ray Suarez of the PBS NewsHour recently to share some thoughts on what might help stop the bloodshed.
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Dr. Sampson Davis shares his thoughts on gun violence in the U.S.
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