Ned Vasquez, Rebecca Elderkin, and Chelsea Kuiper: Health care professionals working to increase awareness of climate change
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Ned Vasquez, Rebecca Elderkin, and Chelsea Kuiper: Health care professionals working to increase awareness of climate change

ildfires and their increased air pollution, unprecedented heat waves, drought with water shortages - Montana experienced all of these this year. As health professionals, we are concerned about climate's impact on the people and communities we care for.

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