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Can Public Health Scientists and Stakeholders Perform Their Professional Duties Effectively and Advocate?

 by Daniel S. Goldberg, JD, PhD The New York Times Magazine recently ran an extensive feature on Mark Edwards, “The Troublemaker Scientist,” and explored a number of questions related to his activities, one of which was the extent to which a public health scientist can produce good quality work at the same time the scientist advocates forcefully in the public

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