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- Dr. Russell Portenoy Chairman of the department of pain medicine and palliative care at Beth Israel Medical Center
- Dr. Matthew Kestenbaum Medical director at Washington Home and Hospice
- Dr. Joanne Lynn Senior scientist at the RAND Corporation
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