Wendy Sue Swanson

Seattle Children's Hospital

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Pediatrician and Executive Director of Digital Health at Seattle Children's Hospital; blogger and author of Mama Doc Medicine: Finding Calm and Confidence in Parenting, Child Health, and Work-Life Balance

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