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Christina Paxson came to Brown in 2012, and for the most part, has kept a low profile in Rhode Island. She has been a fundraising-focused President, who is the midst of a $3 billion campaign, but now she is fighting to keep Boston-based Partners HealthCare -- and their medical school affiliate, Harvard Medical School -- out of the Rhode Island market.
Reaction to Paxson’s move was swift and varied.
On Thursday, Paxson announced that the proposed purchase of the financial fledgling Care New England by mega healthcare giant Partners was bad for Rhode Island’s economy.
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