The Connecticut State Medical Society Charitable Trust is pleased to announce its 2016 donations to the following organizations

February 2017
Connecticut Medicine;Feb2017, Vol. 81 Issue 2, preceding p4
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the 2016 donations made by the Connecticut State Medical Society Charitable Trust to several organizations including AIDS Project New Haven, American Liver Foundation, and American Red Cross of Connecticut.


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