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September 5, 2014

“100 Years of Poor Health” Kicks Off W.Va. Public Health Dialogue

West Virginia Public Broadcasting -West Virginia University’s School of Public Health is kicking off a series of monthly Public Health Dialogues this week. The first in the series is titled “Black Lung and Chemical Spills: 100 years of Poor Health in West Virginia.” Read

Award-winning journalist Chris Hamby, policy think-tank director Ted Boettner, and public health researcher Dr. Stephen Woolf will be panelists discussing recent insights into West Virginia’s health disparities and economic challenges. The talk is free and open to the public. It begins at noon on Friday, 9/5, at the WVU Health Sciences Center in Morgantown.

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