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He also received a grant from the German Academic Exchange Service DAAD to be part of a delegation of 15 international science journalists on a press tour to Germany in October on the future of work. Previously she was the senior health reporter at the Arizona Daily Star.
The documentary profiled the National Museum of Health and Medicine as part of a program by the organization Docs in Progress. She also is writing a regular column for the Center for Health Journalism at the University of Southern California on initiatives to tackle social determinants of health.
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