For nearly 40 years, Dr. James Mahoney saw his patients through the most challenging events New York City faced.

He worked on the frontlines of University Hospital in Brooklyn, helping patients weather the AIDS and crack epidemics. As the New York Times reports, he was at the “chronically underfunded” state-run hospital through the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and Hurricane Sandy. The coronavirus crisis was no different.

Photo: Spencer Platt (Getty Images) For nearly 40 years, Dr. James Mahoney saw his patients through the most challenging events New York City faced.

He worked on the frontlines of University Hospital in Brooklyn, helping patients weather the AIDS and crack epidemics. As the New York Times reports , he […]

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