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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 120 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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One dose, then surgery: A new way to test brain tumor drugs

charlotteobserver.com — Lori Simons took the bright orange pill at 3 a.m. Eight hours later, doctors sliced into her brain, looking for signs that the drug was working. She is taking part in one of the most unusual cancer experiments in the nation.

One dose, then surgery: A new way to test brain tumour drugs

globalnews.ca — Lori Simons took the bright orange pill at 3 a.m. Eight hours later, doctors sliced into her brain, looking for signs that the drug was working. She is taking part in one of the most unusual cancer experiments in the nation.

One dose, then surgery: A new way to test brain tumor drugs

bigstory.ap.org — Lori Simons took the bright orange pill at 3 a.m. Eight hours later, doctors sliced into her brain, looking for signs that the drug was working. She is taking part in one of the most unusual cancer experiments in the nation.

One dose, then surgery: A new way to test brain tumor drugs

ctpost.com — Lori Simons took the bright orange pill at 3 a.m. Eight hours later, doctors sliced into her brain, looking for signs that the drug was working. With special permission from the Food and Drug Administration and multiple drug companies, an Arizona hospital is testing medicines very early in development and never tried on brain tumors before.

One dose, then surgery: A new way to test brain tumor drugs

seattletimes.com — Originally published January 22, 2015 at 11:03 PM | Page modified January 22, 2015 at 11:23 PM Lori Simons took the bright orange pill at 3 a.m. Eight hours later, doctors sliced into her brain, looking for signs that the drug was working.

One dose, then surgery: A new way to test brain tumor drugs

modbee.com — Lori Simons took the bright orange pill at 3 a.m. Eight hours later, doctors sliced into her brain, looking for signs that the drug was working.

Barrow Neurological Institute trying new way to test brain tumor drugs

azfamily.com — Lori Simons took the bright orange pill at 3 a.m. Eight hours later, doctors sliced into her brain, looking for signs that the drug was working. She is taking part in one of the most unusual cancer experiments in the nation.

One dose, then surgery: A new way to test brain tumor drugs

modbee.com — With special permission from the Food and Drug Administration and multiple drug companies, an Arizona hospital is testing medicines never tried on brain tumors before.

One dose, then surgery: A new way to test brain tumor drugs

kansas.com — With special permission from the Food and Drug Administration and multiple drug companies, an Arizona hospital is testing medicines never tried on brain tumors before.

One dose, then surgery: A new way to test brain tumor drugs

miamiherald.com — With special permission from the Food and Drug Administration and multiple drug companies, an Arizona hospital is testing medicines never tried on brain tumors before.
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Jan 29, 2015

@brianreid A gazillion "are you going to such-and-such meeting?" emails can't be far behind. #PRfail

Jan 29, 2015

Once a month. MT @brianreid RT @ldtimmerman Maybe it needs to be said once a year: Do NOT call to follow up on unsolicited e-mail pitch

Jan 29, 2015

RT @thpmurphy: @AP story on #NEJM report about insurers possibly using drug coverage to deter the sickest patients #ACA #HCR bit.ly/1yQCfNc

Jan 28, 2015

RT @AP_NFL: Youth concussions: Why what's missing in states' laws matters in fight to keep athletes safe apne.ws/1DaYgpq pic.twitter.com/LGZZz84Dd9

Jan 28, 2015

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Jan 27, 2015

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Jan 27, 2015

RT @sbauerAP: To recap: @govwalker today announces new group to boost potential 2016 run, $200M borrowing plan for @MilwaukeeBucks & $300M …



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