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WINA Morning News


Dr. Charles Chip Landen

Dr. Landen joined the show to discuss the latest in research to fight ovarian cancer.


Kelli Gwathmey

Nueromuscular Nuerologist Kelli Gwathmey joined the show to talk about the latest research in ALS.


I Love A Piano

Two performers from the latest Heritage Theater production, “I Love A Piano” Lauren Ellens, and Perry Medlin joined the show to preview the performances.


Dr. Rob McMahon

Nuerologist Dr. Rob McMahon joined the Live Well segment to discuss treatment for headaches.

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Scott Daniel

Scott is on the board of directors for the Madison County Fair. He joined the show to talk about some of the new things the fair will feature this year.


Tracey Gosse and Pat Gaspard

Tracey Gosse and Pat Gaspard from the UVA Breast Care Center joined the show to discuss the Mobile Mamagraphy Vehicle.


Charles Werner

Charlottesville Fire Chief Charles Werner joined the show to discuss heat safety, thunderstorms, and what to do in an emergency large scale fire event as well.


Peter King

CBS Correspondent Peter King joined the show to discuss the situation in South Carolina involving the confederate flag.


Jennifer Dipinto

CBS survey manager Jennifer Dipinto joined the show to discuss recent polling on Supreme Court cases involving controversial issues.

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