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Members of Congress, Public Health Experts and Community Leaders Convene in Miami, Discuss Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities

Saturday July 10, 9:30 am ET
Tobacco, Obesity, HIV/AIDS and Immigrant Health Addressed

MIAMI, July 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Members of Congress, public health experts, community leaders and citizens of South Florida convened today to address racial and ethnic health disparities in the areas of tobacco, obesity, immigrant health and HIV/AIDS. The American Legacy Foundation, Pfizer and the Kellogg Men's Health Initiative sponsored the one-day summit held at Miami- Dade College.

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