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Summer/Fall 2019 Aspects - Maternal Matters

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The Summer/Fall edition of Aspects hit mailboxes at the end of August. In this issue, readers will find:

  • News about Drs. John Flack and Chris McDowell's investitures
  • Letters to the editor, including a note from Lyn Corder and Albert Somit and alumnus Timothy Wheeler, MD, '76
  • A look back at the SIU Fertility and IVF Center's first decade
  • 2019 commencment details
  • Q&As with physician assistant student Katy Coyer and family medicine physician Tabatha Wells, MD, '09
  • OB-GYN resident Jennifer Addo's, MD, reflection on the American Dream and maternal health disparities
  • A Mother's Mortality, a feature that delves into national and local efforts to address racial disparities and improve maternal health care
  • Alumni news, class notes and pictures from the 2019 Alumni Reunion

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