SF doctor who treated dead boy dies at 79
Berkeley Public Health says the public health doctor who cared for a young boy who died from the coronavirus, died Thursday at age 79.
Dr. Michael J. Hahn died of natural causes at his home in Berkeley’s Monterey Park neighborhood, according to the hospital.
The cause was undetermined.
Dr., Hahn was born in Germany and came to the U.S. in 1963 to study medicine.
He received his medical degree at Stanford University and earned a doctorate from the University of Chicago in 1965.
In 1969, he received his first national medical degree from Johns Hopkins University.
Dr. Henson is survived by his wife, Betty Hahn, his sons, William and John, and a daughter, Betty.
The Hensons are survived by their three children, Michael, Joseph, and Susan.