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Dr. Claire Trottier is an Assistant Professor at McGill University, where she teaches immunology and microbiology. We asked her your questions about vaccines.

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Dr. Lisa Richardson is an internal medicine doctor in Toronto, the vice-chair of Culture & Inclusion at @uoftmedicine, and a leader in Indigenous Health at @uoftmedicine and @wchospital.

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