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Cincinnati marches for science

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EDUCATE. Jeffrey Whitsett, Co-Director of Cincinnati Children’s Perinatal Institute, speaks on the impact and power of medical research at the March for Science. “As a training pediatrician, I routinely saw...whooping cough, measles, and hepatitis, meningitis, rubella. But because of immunization, our students have never even seen these once common diseases. Future research shows extraordinary promise to cure those who are still affected by cancer...And many of us at Children’s, across the world, scientists are trying to do just that,” Whitsett said. Cincinnati’s March for Science took place April 22 downtown. The event began in Fountain Square with several speakers including Dean Regas, astronomer for the Cincinnati Observatory, Linda Neenan, founder of iSpace for STEM learning, and Gene Kritsky, Chair of Biology at Mt. Joseph University.
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