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It’s normal to feel anxiety, fear, and worry during the COVID-19 pandemic, even if the pandemic itself isn’t a normal experience. Everyone should let themselves feel those feelings as they cope, said Dr. Patrice Harris, AMA president.-- from @LaciePiersonHD .

It’s normal to feel anxiety, fear, and worry during the COVID-19 pandemic, even if the pandemic itself isn’t a normal experience. Everyone should let themselves feel those feelings as they cope, said Dr. Patrice Harris, AMA president. -- by @LaciePiersonHD .

Patrice Harris, President of the American Medical Association, will speak at our first online conference👩‍⚕️

"With schools closed, a doctor may now be the only person outside a household with eyes on a child. Don't skip well-child appointments and vaccines." write Dr. Sara "Sally" Goza and Dr. Patrice Harris for @USATOpinion .

Dr. Patrice Harris, president of the American Medical Association, called for an 'environment in which physicians, scientists, and other experts are free to communicate evidence-based factual information without fear of retaliation or retribution.'

"Cutting funding to the WHO – rather than focusing on solutions – is a dangerous move at a precarious moment for the world," Dr. Patrice Harris, the president of the American Medical Association, said.

The best way to fight fear is with information. Dr. Patrice Harris discusses doing just that. The @AmerMedicalAssn  has been focused on making sure that accurate info is out there. Join the @NAACP  event NOW: … #COVIDUnmasked0 

Medical and health leaders around the world immediately spoke out against the move, like the president of the American Medical Association Patrice Harris who said that ‘fighting a global pandemic requires international cooperation and reliance on science and data.’

"Cutting funding to the WHO – rather than focusing on solutions – is a dangerous move at a precarious moment for the world," Dr. Patrice Harris, the president of the American Medical Association, said.

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Dr. Patrice Harris, president of the American Medical Association, called for an 'environment in which physicians, scientists, and other experts are free to communicate evidence-based factual information without fear of retaliation or retribution.'

Dr. Patrice Harris, president of the American Medical Association, on anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine that President Trump has promoted to fight the coronavirus: physicians don't make treatment recommendations 'on whims'

"We all want to find a cure, but we have to make sure that it works," Dr. Patrice Harris, the president of the American Medical Association, says about COVID-19.

When asked about the drug hydroxychloroquine that President Trump promoted to fight the coronavirus, Dr. Patrice Harris, president of the American Medical Association, responded saying that physicians don't make treatment recommendations 'on whims'

American Medical Association president Dr. Patrice Harris urges public-health experts to rely on science

"I'm hearing stories everyday of physicians reusing masks and being asked to re-sterilize masks. The community's coming together and making masks, but this is unacceptable." — Dr. Patrice Harris, President of the American Medical Association

The American Medical Association is suing North Dakota to block two abortion-related laws. AMA Patrice Harris'>President Patrice Harris says the organization felt it had to take a stand because new laws forced doctors who perform abortions to lie to patients.

So proud to watch Dr. Patrice Harris get inaugurated as @AmerMedicalAssn ⁩ first ever African American female president! #RepresentationMatters 

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