Colorado Street Medics: Memories of founder "Doc" Ron Rosen

In this week's feature, "Medic!," we followed the Colorado Street Medics, a group of self-trained medical assistants who provide first aid at protests. The collective, which will soon be memorialized in museum form, owes its legacy to one man: Ron Rosen. Called "Doc" even before he trained in acupuncture and Chinese medicine, Rosen was known for his bold, dramatic and occasionally brash focus on street medicine. Below, some of Rosen's peers talk about his legacy.
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