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Patterson, Pat
September 2004
Journal of the British Menopause Society;2004, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p92
Academic Journal
The article reports on the developments of the British Menopause Society. Several delegates attended the annual congress of the society with speakers John DeLancey and Richard Farmer. A satellite session will be conducted on the Fourth Amsterdam Menopause Symposium from October 2-4, 2004. The society also plans to conduct meetings for primary care doctors and nurses in Glasgow, Scotland and Bristol, England.


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