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Taylor Symposium to highlight health disparities and explore path to achieve health equity

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The 2019 Joseph T. Taylor Symposium at IUPUI will explore health care challenges as they relate to vulnerable populations, highlighting communication addressing health disparities and a path to achieve health equity.