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https://t.co/hIcB9GWeS9 In this 15th episode of podcast series: Young Adults w Complex Conditions, Diane tells us Mallory was Captain of her, lived HAPPY, and shares lessons. @PCORI @S4PM @Salt_In_My_Soul @CF_Foundation @healthevoices @pccdsln @BostonChildrens

Lauren's gut can’t absorb nutrition.She totally manages all nutrition through her veins since 13. Podcast episode: Young Adults Transitioning from Peds to Adult Medical Care. @healthevoices @PCORI @S4PM #tpfalumni @sickboypodcast @wegohealth @ShivdevRao
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As an action catalyst, I empower people traveling together toward best health (people as patients, caregivers, parents, clinicians, direct care staff, communities, and the people that support them). I wear many hats in healthcare:

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