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Facebook Live with Dr. Bruce Wang
Wednesday, December 4, 7-8 pm EST
Thursday, December 5, 1-2 pm EST

The APF will be holding two Question and Answer Facebook Live sessions with Porphyria expert Dr. Bruce Wang, of the University of California, San Francisco Porphyria Center.

We are very excited and appreciative of Dr. Wang for sharing his expertise with our community. These will be exceptional sessions that you won't want to miss!

GivingTuesday is a global day of giving celebrated the Tuesday after Thanksgiving in the United States.

Please consider supporting the APF on Tuesday, December 3rd.

When you support the APF, you are making a contribution to an organization that provides solid porphyria education, hope and essential support to those affected by porphyria. You can be proud to be an integral part of the help we provide patients on the road to accurate diagnosis, proper care, and hopefully someday a cure.

Happy Thanksgiving!
We are thankful that you all are part of the APF Family and our warmest wishes for a happy holiday go out to you and yours.
The APF Office will be closed Thursday and Friday, November 28 & 29, 2019 for the Thanksgiving Holiday.
Patient Education and Support Meeting - Orlando
Hilton Garden Inn, Poseidon/Neptune Room, Orlando at SeaWorld 6850 Westwood Blvd, Orlando, FL 32821
12/08/19 6:30pm - 12/08/19 8:30pm
The American Porphyria Foundation will be hosting a Patient Education and Support Meeting in Orlando, FL on Sunday, December 8. RSVP TODAY!
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