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Eric Sabo

Fellows Spring 2004
Freelance Print

Eric Sabo is a reporter for Bloomberg News based in Panama. Earlier, he was a New York-based freelance writer who specialized in reporting on health and science. His work has appeared in many leading publications, including New York Newsday, The Washington Post, Salon, and the New Scientist. He is also a regular contributor to Reuters Health and The Scientist. Sabo began writing about health for Johns Hopkins University. Most recently, he was the Features Editor at CBS HealthWatch, an award winning web site. He graduated from the Scripps Howard School of Journalism at Ohio University in 1991.


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