The Human Side of Healthcare

We are delighted to welcome Mark Cuban to the show this week. A man who needs no introduction to North Texas. Owner of the Dallas Mavericks NBA team for over two decades, one of the “Sharks” on ABC’s “Shark Tank, investor and philanthropist and huge advocate of the DFW Metroplex. 


Around 10 years ago, Mark developed an irregular heart beat (Atrial Fibrillation). Turns out, it’s in his family, and there could have been other contributing causes. Mark talks openly about living with Afib in the first half of our show. 


Then, a serious situation is looming on the horizon that most are not familiar with. Mutated variants of the Covid-19 virus are in the Metroplex and we are going to talk about how serious it is. Joining us is Leigh Hunter, M.D., Infectious Disease Specialist from Methodist Health System. She is a wealth of current information and science on what the variant threat looks like right now. 



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The Human Side of Healthcare is brought to you by the Dallas Ft. Worth Hospital Council (DFWHC) and features compelling discussion on health issues facing our hospitals and how they serve the local Dallas, Ft. Worth and North Texas communities. With approximately 90 member hospitals and 90 affiliate members, the DFWHC has been a beacon of bringing healthcare and the community together in North Texas for half a century. The Council and its members are pleased to bring this awareness to the North Texas community via the show aired on newsradio 1080 KRLD, radio.com and these podcasts.

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