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The Prince­ton Pub­lic Health Review (PPHR) is the premier student-run pub­li­ca­tion for issues in health. Our goal is to provide a forum for students to share health-related research and opinions without limitation.

Please enjoy browsing our webpage to review our content, which includes relevant news, analyses, editorials, and research. Please also refer to our Submit page, so that you can learn about how to submit research articles for publication in our print journal.

We hope you were able to get a copy of our first print issue! We will be uploading the full print edition of the Review in our coming weeks as we complete the construction of our website.

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