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Chief Medical Writer — Associated Press
As seen in:  Associated Press, Yahoo, Bloomberg Businessweek, ABC News, Washington Post, Salon, USA Today, San Francisco Chronicle and 126 more
Covers:  consumer health news, major diseases_ cancer, medical research of broad consumer interest, heart disease, etc., pivotal or very novel clinical trials, infectious diseases, the new england journal of medicine
Doesn't Cover: health insurance, health care policy/politics, product pitches, early-stage clinical trials unless extremely novel, business-only news such as company earnings

I write national health stories and cover major medical meetings for The Associated Press

Marilynn Marchione's Biography

Marilynn Marchione became AP Medical Writer in 2004 after more than 25 years as a reporter and editor at metropolitan daily newspapers in Milwaukee, Chicago and Akron. She was named AP's Chief Medical Writer in September 2011.

At the AP, she has focused on consumer news, seeking daily and enterprise stories that give practical information that’s directly relevant to readers’ health choices. She covers major medical meetings for ...

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Study: Ebola takes worst toll on babies, other young kids

globalnews.ca — Ebola has taken its greatest toll on babies. About 90 per cent of children under age 1 who caught the virus in West Africa died from it, the first large study of the epidemic's impact on children suggests. Those a little older - ages 1 to 4 - fared not much better.

WHO study finds Ebola has taken its worse toll on babies, other young kids in West Africa

montrealgazette.com — Ebola has taken its greatest toll on babies. About 90 per cent of children under age 1 who caught the virus in West Africa died from it, the first large study of the epidemic's impact on children suggests. Those a little older - ages 1 to 4 - fared not much better.

WHO study finds Ebola has taken its worse toll on babies, other young kids in West Africa

edmontonjournal.com — Ebola has taken its greatest toll on babies. About 90 per cent of children under age 1 who caught the virus in West Africa died from it, the first large study of the epidemic's impact on children suggests. Those a little older - ages 1 to 4 - fared not much better.

WHO study finds Ebola has taken its worse toll on babies, other young kids in West Africa

vancouversun.com — Ebola has taken its greatest toll on babies. About 90 per cent of children under age 1 who caught the virus in West Africa died from it, the first large study of the epidemic's impact on children suggests. Those a little older - ages 1 to 4 - fared not much better.

Study: Ebola takes worst toll on babies, other young kids

missoulian.com — Ebola has taken its greatest toll on babies. About 90 percent of children under age 1 who caught the virus in West Africa died from it, the first large study of the epidemic's impact on children suggests. Those a little older - ages 1 to 4 - fared not much better.

Study: Ebola takes worst toll on babies, other young kids

wtop.com — Ebola has taken its greatest toll on babies. About 90 percent of children under age 1 who caught the virus in West Africa died from it, the first large study of the epidemic's impact on children suggests. Those a little older - ages 1 to 4 - fared not much better.

Study: Ebola takes worst toll on babies, other young kids

billingsgazette.com — Ebola has taken its greatest toll on babies. About 90 percent of children under age 1 who caught the virus in West Africa died from it, the first large study of the epidemic's impact on children suggests. Those a little older - ages 1 to 4 - fared not much better.

WHO study finds Ebola has taken its worse toll on babies, other young kids in West Africa

winnipegfreepress.com — The Canadian Press - ONLINE EDITION Ebola has taken its greatest toll on babies. About 90 per cent of children under age 1 who caught the virus in West Africa died from it, the first large study of the epidemic's impact on children suggests.

Study: Ebola takes worst toll on babies, other young kids

wsoctv.com — By MARILYNN MARCHIONE The Associated Press Ebola has taken its greatest toll on babies. About 90 percent of children under age 1 who caught the virus in West Africa died from it, the first large study of the epidemic's impact on children suggests. Those a little older - ages 1 to 4 - fared not much better.

Study: Ebola takes worst toll on babies, other young kids

washingtontimes.com — Ebola has taken its greatest toll on babies. About 90 percent of children under age 1 who caught the virus in West Africa died from it, the first large study of the epidemic's impact on children suggests. Those a little older - ages 1 to 4 - fared not much better.
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Mar 23, 2015

RT @Laurie_Garrett: In case you missed it, @AP pub'ed shocking emails frm @WHO on delays in reacting to #Ebola : "cost lives" bigstory.ap.org/article/2489c7…

Mar 20, 2015

potatoes that won't bruise, apples that won't brown. #FDA says these #GMO foods are safe tinyurl.com/l6tj344

Mar 17, 2015

@RAdamsDudleyMD @EricTopol thx but outcomes may have been affected by the fact they did get revascularized

Mar 17, 2015

@MontgomeryMonty @TuftsMedicalCtr @AP thx I shld have said these were the costs the researchers used for their analysis; real world higher

Mar 15, 2015

RT @epaultaylor: Can an experimental class of #cholesterol drugs greatly lower the risk of heart attacks, death? By @MMarchioneAP ctvnews.ca/mobile/health/…



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