Dr. Seckin on the Radio

Dr. Seckin on the Radio

Dr. Seckin on HEALTH RADIO Website, LIVE, Monday Afternoon, May 17

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Please hear this, . . . Dr. Seckin tells me that he'll again be on the radio, LIVE, this Monday, May 17, 2010, 12:15-12:30 PM, ET. Check out his interview on the Health Radio Website's ASK DR. DESILVA Show. Dr. Seckin will speak briefly about endometriosis and also his Endometriosis Foundation of America's May 20endometriosis symposium, which will present the latest diagnosis and treatment research and developments concerning the painful, debilitating illness that strikes about 176 million women and adolescent girls worldwide. If you can't tune it to this interview live, from the HealthRadio.net "On Demand Library" download it later (as well as Dr. Seckin's previous Health Radio interview) and listen at your leisure. You'll learn a great deal.

Dr. Seckin on Doctor Radio (Sirius XM) Monday Morning, May 17 (re-broadcast)

Dr. Seckin says that you can listen to another radio interview with him this Monday, May 17, 2010, 4:00-5:00 AM, ET. If you missed last Thursday's live broadcast of this interview, trust me it's worth it to get up early Monday to listen to it. Dr. Seckin during the show delivered a lively, informative 1-hour interview about endometriosis and upcoming awareness-raising initiatives he's involved in concerning the disease. Tune into the Sirius XM "Doctor Radio" show, (Sirius channel 114 or XM channel 119) early this Monday morning to hear him.

Enhance Your Education, Show Your Support and Register Today:
EFA to Present a Landmark Endometriosis Symposium, Public Attendance Encouraged
Dr. Seckin's Endometriosis Foundation of America will present a landmark endometriosis symposium
Twitter at the prestigious New York Academy of Sciences in Manhattan, on May 20, 2010. This pioneering, professional forum is open to the public (registration fee required). Notably, plans are being made to Webcast the medical and scientific event. So if you can't attend it in person, you can register to check it out via the Web on this page, endometriosis symposium (check this page on May 20 for access details). 


Don't delay: Enhance your endometriosis education, show your support and register for the EFA's first
Endometriosis Symposium today.

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