Dr. Rachel Pearson, Pediatrics and the Center for Medical Humanities and Ethics, is quoted in this New York Times story about how parents who may be feeling unsure about school options this fall can handle anxiety as they make the tough decision.

Dr. Pearson pointed out that the goal is not to guarantee that your child will never be exposed to a virus particle because that is impossible. The goal is to make a realistic plan that will holistically keep teachers, families and children as safe as possible.

Read the story.

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