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First Person: Dr. Nadine Burke

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From what she sees at her clinic in San Francisco’s Bayview district, Dr. Nadine Burke has come to believe that childhood stress, trauma and poverty can lead to physical changes and illness in adulthood. Burke joins us to talk about her practice — and her groundbreaking theories — as part of our “First Person” series on the leaders, innovators and others who make the Bay Area unique.


Nadine Burke, medical director and founding physician of the Bayview Child Health Center, a children's health clinic serving the Bayview neighborhood and a satellite clinic of California Pacific Medical Center


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