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Can you attend? Patient Education Meeting in Houston, TX

Patient Education Meeting in Houston, TX

Don't forget about the next Patient Education Meeting in Houston, TX!

Date and Time: Monday, March 14, 2016, 6:30 PM CT

Location: 73 Saddlebrook Lane, Houston, TX 77024

*Presentation by World Renowned Porphyria Expert, Dr. Karl Anderson
*Meeting with the APF's Executive Director Desiree Lyon
*Opportunity to Participate in a Q & A Session
*Meet Friends who Share Your Experiences with Porphyria
*View the Latest Educational Material from the American Porphyria Foundation

You are welcome to bring family members and friends.

Please RSVP: 1.866.APF.3635 or jessica@porphyriafoundation.org


*Other APF members have scheduled patient meetings around the country for National Porphyria Awareness Week (April 16-23). Please let us know if you'd like to host a patient meeting in your area. More information on these meetings will be coming soon!



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