Stephanie Woolhandler

City University of New York

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Professor at the School of Public Health at City of New York University's Hunter College; primary-care internist and co-founder of Physicians for a National Health Program, which supports a national health insurance system; former Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School

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