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Children's Law Center and IMPACT DC partner to improve asthma outcomes in Southeast D.C.

(Children's National Health System) Children's Law Center and Improving Pediatric Asthma Care in the District of Columbia (IMPACT DC) have been selected by a coalition of 12 funding organizations to participate in the BUILD Health Challenge, a national program that leverages multi-sector community partnerships in order to improve health for everyone.
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