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Jeffrey Jaeger Jan 19
Stay safe, Ms. Watts, and keep doing this vitally important work.
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Bob Doherty Jan 20
Lobbying 101: lawmakers care about what their own constituents/voters want. Not what out-of-state or out-of-district people (who can’t vote for them) want. Virginia voters overwhelmingly elected lawmakers committed to electing common-sense gun violence laws.
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Gregory A Engel Jan 20
Gun deaths, USA, 2020. We health care providers must increase awareness of the problem and lead the way to solutions. Support a National Bureau for Gun Safety to implement a long term, comprehensive, public health-based strategy.
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Bob Doherty Jan 20
Replying to @NRA @NRAILA
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Mary Beth Miotto MD MPH Jan 20
Love so much about the Great State of . This is where: My husband and I made our 1st home together. I established my 1st pediatric practice. My 1st child was born. There is no room for Racism,Hate,or Extremism..
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Dr. Chethan Sathya Jan 20
For those who couldn’t attend ⁦⁩ gun violence prevention forum hosted by ⁦⁩ , videos of all panel discussions are now up (link below). Many inspiring/informative talks, well worth the watch!
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Vinny Arora MD MAPP 2h
Dr Humphrey on hope & doctors speaking out: “doctors were told to stay in their lane. Yet many spoke out about effects of & they were seeing in their exam rooms, hospitals & health centers.”
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Jeffrey Jaeger Jan 19
This column by the excellent points up to me the diversity in our awful epidemic here in Philly (i.e., it's not all gangs and opioids) and the immense challenge that faces as they try to stem the tide & give us our city back
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Gone clouding Jan 16
I don’t understand what happened in this video but I am a supporter of showing the “graphic” parts of these types of things. I learned the utility of this from If you don’t show the worst part of it, how can ppl connect w the reality of this human experience?
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Tiffany I. Leung 10h
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Nisha Khot 🇮🇳🇬🇧🇦🇺 Jan 20
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InSickness&inHealth Jan 16
Joseph Sakran was shot in the neck as a teen. He went on to become a trauma surgeon. When the NRA tweeted doctors should "stay in their lane," Joseph and others were outraged. Joseph talks about starting on S3E34 of |
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Bob Doherty Jan 20
Replying to @BobDohertyACP
The rest of you can keep your guns. That is all.
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Sunil Joshi M.D. Jan 19
The biggest problem with health care in the US is private health insurance companies. I know a lot of local folks don’t want to hear it. But if you think JEA is corrupt look deeper into this! via
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Bob Doherty Jan 20
Replying to @BobDohertyACP
We call for devoting more resources to the public health crises of firearms-related injuries and deaths, maternal mortality, tobacco and nicotine use, substance use disorders, and climate change.
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Matt Klein 2h
>10 holes from is a math problem I don’t want to have to solve.
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Nisha Khot 🇮🇳🇬🇧🇦🇺 Jan 20
Lancet editor-in-chief calls for ‘activist’ journals via
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Jake Quinton Jan 16
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Bob Doherty Jan 20
Replying to @BobDohertyACP
This is how democracy works: elections have consequences. Virginia voters have spoken. The views of someone from say, Oklahoma, will have virtually no influence on Virginia lawmakers.
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Ali Khan, MD, MPP Jan 20
THIS.👇🏽 Today, as an uncertain day begins in the , please as we, led so aptly by , work to end gun violence in the Commonwealth and the nation. , always.
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