Reminder: Vitamin D Workshop and ICE/ENDO meeting in Chicago, Illinois
The Vitamin D Workshop is set to take place in Chicago on June 17th-20th. The annual Endocrine Society meeting will follow immediately after in Chicago on June 21st-24th.
The 17th annual Vitamin D Workshop will cover the latest in basic, clinical and translational research in vitamin D. The ICE/ENDO will have several lectures and workshops on vitamin D.
For more information about the Vitamin D Workshop and to register, click here!
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