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Sunday, January 19, 2020

Lini S. Kadaba

Lini spent 24 years working as a reporter for the Philly Inquirer. She left the paper in 2010 and has been a freelance lifestyle and health writer ever since. Her work has appeared in the Saturday Evening Post and numerous college publications, including the Pennsylvania Gazette, EXEL and Haverford Magazine.

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The demand for accessible, quality healthcare is undeniable. But in many communities across the country, there is a shortage of providers. 
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