To register and for more information, call 804.828.0123. Seminars are free but they want you to register so they can provide enough food. The food is usually fruits, veggies and lots of cheese and crackers. I can always find something to eat. They start at 5:30 which makes it very difficult to get across town to be there in time to eat and make the seminar, as I don't get off work until 5. If I'm not too busy I try to leave early. I have been to several of these seminars and have learned a lot. As a follower of LCHF, I disagree with a lot of what doctors say, but most of these are cutting edge doctors with all the newest techniques for treatment. If you get there at 4:00 they allow you to walk the gardens before the seminar for free. It might be worth taking a day off just to do that.
Bree, I saw that you are in Virginia and wondered if you were in the Richmond area. There is a VCU health Seminar series going on this Spring at Lewis Ginter. The next one is about Surgical Treatment for Diabetic Neuropathy on April 22. I am planning to go and if you go, I would like to meet you.
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