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Dukakis to lead health care forum

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Former governor Michael Dukakis will moderate a panel discussion on the challenges and opportunities in implementing health care reform from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the town’s senior center, 93 Winchester St. The free forum is being presented by the Friends of Brookline Public Health and Brookline Adult & Community Education. Dukakis, who lives in Brookline, will be joined by Marylou Sudders, associate professor at the Boston College Graduate School of Social Work; Nancy Turnbull, an associate dean and senior lecturer at the Harvard School of Public Health; and Jean Yang, the Commonwealth Health Insurance Connector Authority’s executive director. Light refreshments will be served beginning at 6 p.m.

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