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Water: More valuable than Oil

January 23, 2013
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Time: 7:30 pm
Location: Polyclinic hospital cafeteria, 2501 N third St.

PSR Harrisburg/Hershey chapter will present  James Jones, MD speaking  on “Water—More valuable than Oil”, at the chapter meeting. The speaker will explore the growing tensions and war over water, and the effects of shortages on the health of people both in  the USA and world-wide. Dr Jones is a retired pediatrician and a world traveler who has witnessed these problems in many places. The public is welcome.

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