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  • Dean Frumkin to Step Down in September News Release
    July 20, 2016
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    July 7, 2016
  • Brazil's struggle to curb pollution and upgrade Rio de Janeiro's slums ahead of the 2016 Summer Olympics highlights the difficulty of protecting the respiratory health of the estimated 1 billion people living in unplanned urban settlements around the world. Joel Kaufman is quoted. In the News
    The Lancet Respiratory Medicine | July 7, 2016