Publisher of TNH Eraklis Diamataris Hosts Online Discussion with Dr. George Liakeas and Panel (Video)

NEW YORK — TNH co-Editor and Publisher Eraklis A. Diamataris held an online panel discussion with Dr. George Liakeas, Nicole Contos Liakeas, Dr. Helen Gouzoulis and Dr. Antonia Kolokathis. 

In the discussion, the panel discussed the human aspect of the virus and how it impacts individuals and their families. Additionally what comes next, what is promising in the medical world presently to combat this virus and what we can do to stop the spread were discussed.

This is the second broadcast in what will become a weekly forum hosted Eraklis A. Diamataris and we hope you will continue to tune in.


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