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Paul Wynn is an award-winning health journalist and the author of countless articles covering various scientific, healthcare policy, and technology trends. He has contributed feature and news stories to more than 65 consumer and trade magazines throughout his career. Publications include Diabetes Self-Management,Diversion, Health, Medscape, Pain-Free Living, POZ, Prevention and U.S. News & World Report. After graduating from Ithaca College’s Park School of Communications, Paul started his journalism career covering the biopharmaceutical industry for Med Ad News. He is a regular contributor to the American Academy of Neurology's Brain & Life magazine and the American Medical Student Association's The New Physician magazine. With his wife Julia Wynn, he has written numerous travel articles highlighting some of the world’s most memorable destinations they have visited together.
Paul is a graduate of Ithaca College's Park School of Communications.
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