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Michael Sparer. . .prescient?

How nice to read about the prescience of our own beloved Michael Sparer in a recent blogpost by the Incidental Economist (who is wonderfully fundamental imho). The post references a 2003 Health Affairs article by Dr. Sparer and Lawrence Brown … Continue reading

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45 MINUTES TO PREVENTION: LESSONS FROM CUBA

ABOUT In America, health care access continues to be a rising problem. What were once concerns about disease prevention and health care quality are now debates about government-run programs. With the health of an entire nation in jeopardy, a team … Continue reading

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NJ Selects EMPH Alumnus As Health Commissioner

Congratulations to Mary O’Dowd! Governor Chris Christie recently appointed Ms. O’Dowd as the New Jersey Commissioner for the Department of Health and Senior Services. Prior to her appointment she served as the Deputy Commissioner of the Department of Health. She … Continue reading

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Dr. Theresa Mack Is A “Hero” In Harlem

Harlem, NY –  Dr. Theresa Mack isn’t just lecturing to patients in Harlem, she is teaching and debunking myths that often shadow commonly held beliefs about safe sex. Recently featured in NYDailyNews.com, Dr. Mack was revered as a hero by … Continue reading

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