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Daniel Ellman is a communications specialist at Michigan Medicine, serving as the editor of Headlines, the organization’s daily employee newsletter. Prior to joining Michigan Medicine, he spent 10 years in various roles with the Chicago Tribune and two years as a reporter for Chicago Public Radio.
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