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Physician Speaker Tour

August 6, 2012 - August 7, 2012
Atlanta and Augusta, Georgia

PSR Board President Elect Dr. Jeff Patterson will be in Georgia August 5 – 8, speaking to audiences about the health risks from the U.S. nuclear power industry and participating in a commemoration event for the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings.  Dr. Patterson is a professor emeritus of the University of Wisconsin, a doctor of osteopathy, and a leading spokesman on radiation and health.  He will visit Atlanta and Augusta during his three-day visit presenting at the following public events.

Please Join Us!

Monday August 6
"Nuclear Power and Public Health"

Morehouse School of Medicine Public Health Leadership Seminar
1:00 - 2:00 pm
Room 306
Louis W. Sullivan National Center for Primary Care (map)
720 Westview Dr SW
Atlanta, GA 30310

Monday, August 6
"Hiroshima Day with Jeff Patterson"

7:00 - 9:00 pm
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta (directions)
1911 Cliff Valley Way NE
Atlanta, GA
Patterson will focus on Atlanta-based energy corporation, Southern Company, and its effort to construct the first new nuclear reactors in the US in thirty years.

Tuesday August 7
"Radiation and Public Health: Remembering Hiroshima and Nagasaki"

The Odeum, Paine College
7:00 pm
Gilbert-Lambuth Memorial Chapel (map)
1235 15th St
Augusta, GA 30901

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