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January 15, 2020 – 7 to 8:30 pm at UCSF – Laurel Heights Campus
“How new technologies can be used to prevent chronic metabolic disease rather than just manage it.”
Stimulating conversation with leaders in the field; healthy snacks and beverages provided.
Dr. Aaron Neinstein
Dr. Carolyn Bradner Jasik
Jessie Inchauspe

Please arrive early (by 6:45pm would be great!)
We expect to start promptly at 7pm.
Healthy snacks and beverages to be provided.
Chancellor’s Room – Sublevel 1
UCSF Laurel Heights Campus – Google map link
3333 California Street, San Francisco, CA
Fifty-nine public parking spaces are available at Laurel Heights, five of which are reserved for the handicapped. Limited public parking spaces are available on a first-come, first-serve basis at the posted rate of $3.00 per hour, $24.00 maximum per day. Street parking is available in the neighborhood, but please allow ample time to find a spot within a few blocks of the Laurel Heights Campus.
Share the event with others or bring a friend, but please encourage them to RSVP at https://hypoglycemia.org/salons/
Questions? Email Wolfram Alderson at [email protected]

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