Wednesday, December 16, 2015
Patient Education Meeting in Orlando Florida a huge success
The Patient Educational Meeting that we held last weekend in Orlando Florida in conjunction with the ASH convention, was a huge success. We had a great turn out there was standing room only! A special thank you to Dr’s Phillips, Parker and Silver, and the Recordati Company for coming to the meeting. The questions asked by the members were excellent, showing that the more you ask and the more you learn then the better equipped you are to care for yourself! We would like to thank the doctors who presented at the meeting as well as our long-term APF member Amy Chapman for helping us to organize it. Also, special thanks to everyone who attend with their families and friends.
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