UC Davis Professor Garen Wintemute, M.D., director of the Violence Prevention Research Program, listens to responses after his testimony on gun violence where he said that research has found that people who own guns face double the risk of homicides than those who don’t. Wintemute will run the state’s first ever gun violence research center.
UC Davis Professor Garen Wintemute, M.D., director of the Violence Prevention Research Program, listens to responses after his testimony on gun violence where he said that research has found that people who own guns face double the risk of homicides than those who don’t. Wintemute will run the state’s first ever gun violence research center. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com
UC Davis Professor Garen Wintemute, M.D., director of the Violence Prevention Research Program, listens to responses after his testimony on gun violence where he said that research has found that people who own guns face double the risk of homicides than those who don’t. Wintemute will run the state’s first ever gun violence research center. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com

UC Davis Medical Center to house first-ever state gun violence research center

August 30, 2016 12:42 PM

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