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UP CLOSE WITH CATHY UNRUH

September 2013 Preview

  • Aired: 09/19/2013
  • 00:29
  • Rating: NR
For thousands of years, humans have continually established new medical techniques, giving way to modern medicine. But the International Institute of Islamic Medicine aims to look into the past and chronicle the medical knowledge from centuries ago. Meet Dr. Husain Nagamia, a cardiovascular surgeon in Tampa Bay who is trying to document, research, and educate on the history of Islamic medicine.
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Meet Dr. Husain Nagamia, a surgeon in Tampa Bay who is researching Islamic medicine.
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