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- Janet DiPietro Associate professor in the division of Population and Family Health Sciences at the Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health
- Natalie Angier Science writer for the New York Times and author of "Woman: An Intimate Geography"
- Dr. Malcolm Levene Professor of pediatrics at the University of Leeds
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