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Theresa A. Bridgeman

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Stanford Hospital & Clinics

HQ Phone:  (650) 723-4000

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Stanford Hospital & Clinics

300 Pasteur Drive

Stanford, California,94305

United States

Company Description

Stanford Health Care seeks to heal humanity through science and compassion, one patient at a time, through its commitment to care, educate and discover. Stanford Health Care delivers clinical innovation across its inpatient services, specialty health centers, ...more

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Education

Oxford


Stanford


Stanford University


Masters of Philosophy

International Relations

Oxford University


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Uncategorized « Tom Reeder’s Blog

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• Tess Bridgeman (Stanford) worked with women in small communities in Oaxaca, Mexico, to improve health standards.
She learned that a locally-grown plant not only had dietary benefits, but could be grown in sufficient quantities that the surplus could be sold, increasing the villages' resources.


What Will They Think Of Next? « Tom Reeder’s Blog

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• Tess Bridgeman (Stanford) worked with women in small communities in Oaxaca, Mexico, to improve health standards.
She learned that a locally-grown plant not only had dietary benefits, but could be grown in sufficient quantities that the surplus could be sold, increasing the villages' resources.


What Will They Think Of Next? « Tom Reeder’s Blog

tomreeder.wordpress.com [cached]

• Tess Bridgeman (Stanford) worked with women in small communities in Oaxaca, Mexico, to improve health standards.
She learned that a locally-grown plant not only had dietary benefits, but could be grown in sufficient quantities that the surplus could be sold, increasing the villages' resources.


What Will They Think Of Next? « Tom Reeder’s Blog

tomreeder.wordpress.com [cached]

• Tess Bridgeman (Stanford) worked with women in small communities in Oaxaca, Mexico, to improve health standards.
She learned that a locally-grown plant not only had dietary benefits, but could be grown in sufficient quantities that the surplus could be sold, increasing the villages' resources.


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• Tess Bridgeman (Stanford) worked with women in small communities in Oaxaca, Mexico, to improve health standards.
She learned that a locally-grown plant not only had dietary benefits, but could be grown in sufficient quantities that the surplus could be sold, increasing the villages' resources.


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