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Environmental epidemiologist Virginia Rauh

Environmental epidemiologist Virginia Rauh knows the dismal effects of pesticides on the young, yet she loves to bring her students to the neonatal intensive care unit. “The NICU is a place of hope, and little babies are very, very cute.”

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