Montana Profiles

Beginning in 1993, Gene Brodeur hosted a bi-weekly news public affairs series for MontanaPBS. The series concluded in 2003.

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Medicaid: A Train Wreck Waiting to Happen?

American Indian Issues In Montana

Deregulation: The Free Fall Continues


Mouse in the House: Hantavirus
 (No. 1016)
Deer mice are not uncommon in rural subdivisions, barns, and other outbuildings. Some mice carry an airborne, often fatal infection called hantavirus pulmonary syndrome--in Montana, usually just called "hantavirus." Gene Brodeur talks with Montana Tech researcher Richard Douglass about his researches into hantavirus in Anaconda, Butte, and Cascade. Produced by Gene Brodeur for KUSM/MontanaPBS, MSU-Bozeman. (First Aired Thursday, July 25, 2002)