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V, I want to write about children separated at the boarder. Diana Mason wrote an editorial for JAMA and Jose Antonio Vargas just wrote a book about his own experiences, as well as the NYTimes article last week. My angle will be the ANA position statement, the sequela of the trauma of our patients. Thoughts?
Hello! It would be great if you contributed a piece on this very important topic of children separated at the border. I’ll reach out via email!
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