Covering health policy - as a patient
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June 6, 2 p.m. ET
Alexandra Glorioso, a health reporter, was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 31. She’s written about her disease (and she’s doing well). But on this webcast she’ll talk about what her experience has made her understand better as a reporter covering health policy and politics in Tallahassee. (Read more here.)
Alexandra Glorioso, health reporter , Politico Florida
Moderator: Joanne Kenen, AHCJ core topic leader/health reform
Alexandra Glorioso writes about politics and health care for Politico Florida. Earlier she wrote about politics for the Naples Daily News and USA Today Florida, She has also reported from Iran. She holds a B.S. in economics from Arizona State University and a masters in journalism from Columbia University. She was diagnosed with breast cancer at 31, and writes and tweets about it.