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Mason 4C receives funding for Medical Society Consortium On Climate & Health

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George Mason University

Mason 4C Receives Funding For Medical Society Consortium On Climate & Health

George Mason University's Center for Climate Change Communication (Mason 4C) received $150,000 from HT, LLC for the Medical Society Consortium on Climate and Health.

The Consortium, a program of Mason 4C, is a partnership of medical societies, including the National Medical Association (NMA), affiliated state-level clinician groups, and public health organizations.

This funding began in April 2021 and will end in late March 2022.


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