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Environmental Toxins & Our Health: How do we define & promote prevention?

January 17, 2013
Langley, Washington

Time: 6:30-8:30 pm
Location: South Whidbey Commons, 124 Second St

A free community forum for health professionals, featuring WPSR president Dr. Rich Grady and Dr. Kate Davies of UW.

WPSR and our co-hosts look forward to engaging you in this FREE event! Join us & learn:

  • Breaking research on prevalence of toxic chemical exposures in our environment
  • Professional perspectives on linkages between chemicals & chronic disease
  • How WPSR collaborates to promote public health prevention via chemical policy reform in Washington
  • What you can do to protect your loved ones & get involved in 2013!

Yes, these conversations can be challenging, but we have a collaborative record of groundbreaking success! Please join us, get inspired, have fun- and play a vital role in creating a healthier world.

RSVPs always appreciated! Please call (206) 547-2630 or email: mary@wpsr.org

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