A writer, researcher, broadcaster and producer, Harriet Sugar Miller has been a freelance health journalist in Montreal and cancer survivor for two decades. Prior to that, she practiced entertainment law with the Coudert Brothers firm in NYC.
She blogs regularly for the award-winning Zester Daily as well as for Huffington Post, and The Anti-Cancer Club lists her as a top expert on nutrition and cancer. Trained by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, she broke the trans fat story on network television in the early 90s–long before others were talking trans–and for several years, wrote, produced and hosted a health show for the PBS TV station in upstate New York.
Harriet hails from the soggy Cape Fear region of North Carolina (Think David Lynch/Blue Velvet) and empathizes with all who share the burden of a horrific first name. “Couldn’t they have called me Hillary?”
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