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BHC August Education Meeting
Simple But Effective Tools for Management of ME/CFS and FM

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Each month, the Bateman Horne Center offers free and informative education meetings that are broadcast via livestream on YouTube. Lucinda Bateman MD, Founder and Chief Medical Officer of the Bateman Horne Center, will present this month’s meeting. Dr Bateman will discuss methods used at the BHC to partner with patients and help them achieve the best possible function and symptom reduction.
Wednesday, August 3  |  7:00pm Mountain
Livestream: http://www.youtube.com/c/OfferutahOrg/live
No pre-registration necessary. Simply visit the link to view the presentation live.
If you are unable to make it during the livestream, the recording will be posted to the BHC YouTube Channel and Patient Library within the week of the live broadcast.
For anyone in the Salt Lake City area that want to attend in person, you can join us at the Salt Lake County Chambers, North Building, 2001 S. State Street, SLC.
For news of other free, monthly education meetings, visit us at BatemanHorneCenter.org/events/education-meetings or sign up to receive notifications by subscribing to our monthly newsletter at BatemanHorneCenter.org/newsletter/
 
 

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