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    Johns Hopkins Online Health Seminar: PCS
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    Eperry16 posted:
    Johns Hopkins Medicine is hosting an online seminar to discuss Pelvic Congestion Syndrome with interventional radiologists Kelvin Hong. M.D. . It will be held on Wednesday, November 17th at 7 pm EST. Dr. Hong will talk about the symptoms and the multidisciplinary approach at Johns Hopkins to diagnose and treat this condition, followed by a Q&A in real time.

    You can register by clicking this link: http://bit.ly/9FkB2b .

    I hope this is helpful for you!
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