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Former Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields, Congressman Charlie Rangel, City Council Member Melissa Viverito among other officials attended the Sixth Annual East Harlem Asthma Symposium on Saturday, May 6 co-sponsored by Asthma Care, Inc., a division of The Migdol Organization.

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Caption: Former Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields, Congressman Charlie Rangel, City Council Member Melissa Viverito among other officials attended the Sixth Annual East Harlem Asthma Symposium on Saturday, May 6 co-sponsored by Asthma Care, Inc., a division of The Migdol Organization. Speakers discussed pest management and Gerald S. Migdol, president of The Migdol Organization distributed supplies to reduce asthma triggers. Pictured I-R: Delfina Cruz and Gerald Migdol from Asthma Care; C. Virginia Fields. Founded in 1975, The Migdol Organization led by principal Gerald S. Migdol, is one of the city's leading owners, developers and managers of low and middle income housing, serving primarily the neighborhoods of Harlem and the Bronx.
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