FSGS/Nephrotic Syndrome Patient Education Seminar California
Hi Everyone, Plans are underway for the first NephCure Lunch and Learn Seminar of 2013, which will be held on February 9th, 2012 at the San Francisco State University downtown Campus. This is a great educational opportunity to learn more about the most recent advancements in FSGS/NS research and treatment options (not to mention, you can ask docs unlimited questions without a copay:)). If you live in the Central/Northern CA area and would like to attend, or would like more information on upcoming seminars, please contact Patient Advocate, Charlene Mukarakate at email@example.com or call 610-540-0186 x27. It is FREE to attend and a light lunch and refreshments will be provided.
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