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Future of Children's Health in California forum posted online

Last week, California Secretary of Health and Human Services Diana Dooley participated in a Stanford Health Policy Forum event to discuss the future of children’s health in the state. Joining Dooley in the conversation was School of Medicine Dean Philip Pizzo, MD, and faculty members Shashank Joshi, MD, and Paul Wise, MD, MPH. Video of the panel discussion is now available on the Web.

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