A Stable Blood Supply Is Critical in the COVID-19 Era
Aug 27, 2020
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The cover story highlights how Pardee RAND is helping to shape the future of public policy through its Faculty Leaders Program, which for almost a decade has been training scholars from colleges and universities committed to serving students of color. A second feature explores the safety and sustainability of the U.S. blood supply, and a third feature, on telemedicine, describes how the COVID-19 pandemic is changing the delivery of health care.
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