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The Story of One Term Paper’s Second Life


A report on the provision of contraception lives on in the work of its Mailman alumna author, now an advocate for reproductive justice in Oregon.

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Exemplars of Precision Prevention


Scholars from all corners of the Mailman School are showing the way to provide the right intervention to the right population at the right time.


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Finding New Ways to Fight the Opioid Epidemic
// Student Post


MPH student Ariel Hurley describes her personal and professional interest in preventing opioid overdoses.


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Faculty in the News

As Health Care Changes, Insurers, Hospitals and Drugstores Team Up, New York Times, November 27

U.S. Drinking Water Regulations Tied to Reduced Arsenic Exposure, Reuters, November 22

City's Lead Poisoning Numbers Don't Tell the Whole Story WNYC Radio, November 22

Frustration Sets in After Coal Mine Health Study Suspended, Associated Press, November 11