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Katie Duquette, Esquire, edits our legal and medical content. She works as a clinical research coordinator in neurology at Thomas Jefferson University and received her law degree in 2016 from Villanova University School of Law. She is a licensed attorney in the District of Columbia. 

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Katie Duquette

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Last Modified: November 24, 2022

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Katie Duquette - editor

Katie Duquette, Esquire, edits our legal and medical content. She works as a clinical research coordinator in neurology at Thomas Jefferson University and received her law degree in 2016 from Villanova University School of Law. She is a licensed attorney in the District of Columbia. 

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