News Release
  November 2, 2012

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Jessica Mikulski

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jessica.mikulski@uphs.upenn.edu

Perelman School of Medicine


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Experts: To arrange interviews with Penn Medicine physician experts, please contact Jessica Mikulski at 215-796-4829, or email jessica.mikulski@uphs.upenn.edu or on Twitter @PennMedNews. All research results are embargoed until the time they are presented during the conference.

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