Group of doctors gets together to try to stop gun violence
"Children deserve to feel safe wherever they live, play and learn."
Those words came from the president of the American Academy of Pediatrics just a few days after the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School and they sum up the feelings of some physicians from coast to coast.
There's a new group in Michigan trying to bring attention to gun violence. The group is made up of doctors.
Stateside's Cynthia Canty recently spoke with Dr. Jerry Walden, a family practice physician who was named "Family Physician of the Year" by the Michigan Academy of Family Practice.
Dr. Andy Zweifler, an internist and an emeritus professor of internal medicine at the University of Michigan Medical School is also a member of the group Physicians for the Prevention of Gun Violence.
They joined us today.
*Listen to the interview above.