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Beth Wang

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Washington, DC
Reporter and Editor — Inside Health Policy
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Reporter at Inside Health Policy. All views are my own. Contact me at bwang@iwpnews.com

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Biography

A current DC-based health policy reporter with a strong background in magazine feature editing and writing. You can check out some of my work at Inside Health Policy, Community Health and The Chicago Reporter

Attorneys: FDA Could Require Opioid Take-Back Programs As Part Of REMS Requirements | InsideHealt...

Attorneys: FDA Could Require Opioid Take-Back Programs As Part Of REMS Requirements | InsideHealt...

Attorneys: FDA Could Require Opioid Take-Back Programs As Part Of REMS Requirements | InsideHealt...

Attorneys: FDA Could Require Opioid Take-Back Programs As Part Of REMS Requirements | InsideHealt...

Attorneys: FDA Could Require Opioid Take-Back Programs As Part Of REMS Requirements | InsideHealt...

Attorneys: FDA Could Require Opioid Take-Back Programs As Part Of REMS Requirements | InsideHealt...

ACLU Sues FDA: REMS Limits On 'Abortion Pill' Are 'Medically Unjustified' | InsideHealthPolicy.co...

ACLU Sues FDA: REMS Limits On 'Abortion Pill' Are 'Medically Unjustified' | InsideHealthPolicy.co...

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RT @thehill: New York Daily News hits Trump for his "shithole" remark: "S**t For Brains"  http://hill.cm/lOXAHx6  https://t.co/CUdKefG9En
RT @InHealthPolicy: FDA Stops Granting Orphan Designation To Drugs For Pediatric Subpopulations  http://dlvr.it/Q6lxDM 
RT @InHealthPolicy: House Passes Bill Preserving FDA Role In Approving Emergency Medical Products For Troops  http://dlvr.it/Q18rdk 
RT @InHealthPolicy: House Passes Bill Preserving FDA Role In Approving Emergency Medical Products For Troops  http://dlvr.it/Q18rdk 
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What was your first job as a journalist?

For my first full-time job, I was an editorial assistant for a roofing industry magazine.

Have you ever used a typewriter?

No.

How is social media changing news?

People are more aware of what's happening all around the world. And there's greater access to all kinds of opinions.