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Former Surgeon General Addresses Health Disparities


by Sarah Plumridge

Novello, MD, former U.S. Surgeon General, November 4 during a lecture sponsored by Feinberg’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion, speaking on health disparities in the United States.

“She is impressive and inspiring; she has had an incredible personal journey. She is here to share her wisdom, her life story and her experiences,” said Clyde Yancy, MD, MSc, vice dean for Diversity and Inclusion, Magerstadt Professor and chief of Cardiology in the Department of Medicine.

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