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Parents of children lost to gun deaths say firearm risks should be treated as a public health crisis

Parents of children lost to gun deaths say firearm risks should be treated as a public health crisis

Update: 2022-01-12
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Guns are the leading cause of death for Americans aged 1 to 19. Three parents who lost their children to firearms - Gwendolyn LaCroix, Kristin Song, and Mark Barden - tell CBS News senior medical correspondent Dr. Tara Narula about the need for stronger safe gun storage laws. Dr. Chethan Sathya, a pediatric trauma surgeon and director of Northwell Health Center's Gun Violence Prevention discusses how the medical community is beginning to treat gun-related deaths and injuries as a public health issue.

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Parents of children lost to gun deaths say firearm risks should be treated as a public health crisis

Parents of children lost to gun deaths say firearm risks should be treated as a public health crisis