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Pediatric Academic Societies' Annual Meeting Comes To DC

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March 26, 1997
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Johns Hopkins Children's Center
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Topics include managed care, diabetes,emergency medicine, adolescent medicine, immunology and vaccines, fetal medicine, asthma, HIV, and genetic testing.

Each May, the largest gathering of pediatricians and pediatric researchers meets in the United States. The conference is sponsored by members of the American Pediatric Society, the Society for Pediatric Research, and the Ambulatory Pediatric Association. This year's meeting, May 2-6, will be in Washington, D.C. at the Washington Convention Center.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact Nancy Volkers via e-mail or phone. Include mailing address, phone, fax, and e-mail (if applicable). Those who register by April 10 will receive a packet in the mail on or about April 20, containing press releases and other information about the meeting. Those registering after April 10 or at the meeting itself can pick up this information in the press room starting May 2.


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Johns Hopkins Children's Center. "Pediatric Academic Societies' Annual Meeting Comes To DC." ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 26 March 1997. <www.sciencedaily.com/releases/1997/03/970326094500.htm>.
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