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  • Please call Public Affairs to arrange all interviews or background conversations with any member of Boston Children's staff. Public Affairs tracks all inquiries from the media, and when appropriate, can provide additional or more appropriate sources for your story.
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  • Reporters are asked to use the complete name of the institution - Boston Children's Hospital - when referring to it in a print or broadcast story.
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