The FDA Office of Minority Health and Health Equity Forum podcast series is a platform for experts to come together and have meaningful conversations around health topics that impact the lives and well-being of diverse communities. The series will also help to raise awareness about health issues and disparities impacting the health of diverse populations including minority consumers/patients and spark conversations of your own.
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In this episode RADM Araojo is talking about FDA’s Emergency Use Authorization process with RADM Denise Hinton, FDA’s Chief Scientist.
|Listen (MP3, 16MB)||10:02|
RADM Araojo talks with Dr. Winston Wong (UCLA Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Equity), Dr. Maria Rosario Araneta (University of California, San Diego School of Medicine), and Mr. David Hawks (National Council of Asian Pacific Islander Physicians) about the impact of diabetes on Asian Americans.
|Listen (MP3, 23MB)||14:05|
RADM Richardae Araojo is joined by CAPT Jason Humbert and Minerva Rogers from the Health Fraud Branch in the Office of Regulatory Affairs at FDA to discuss FDA's efforts to stop fraudulent products from reaching our markets, especially those claiming to prevent, treat, or cure COVID-19.
|Listen (MP3, 22MB)||15:39|
In this episode, RADM Richardae Araojo, Associate Commissioner for Minority Health introduces the new “Health Equity Forum” podcast hosted by the FDA Office of Minority Health & Health Equity.
|Listen (MP3, 2MB)||01:24|