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  galbladder polyp & pain
Richard
2010-01-24 13:51:44
Pain in right uppr abdomen and acidity gal polyp

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Mohamed
2015-12-02 13:13:44
OK, if this seminar was itnended as the introduction to the semester, then I agree that it's strange to combine that with a meeting about women's issues. In that case, I think they should probably have had two different meetings, shouldn't they? But the seminar is still called "connections with women" for a reason, right? And don't the invited speakers talk about their own work, as well? Or do they only give an overview of general topics?I was imagining a seminar where women talk about the work that they do - not an overview of the "accomplishments of women", the way you are apparently imagining it, but women speakers giving an overview of the general topics of the field and then talking about exactly what work they themselves are doing. Is that not what this meeting was like, then? Because that is the kind of meeting that I think would be really useful.
Jock
2011-04-20 03:25:34
AFAIC that's the best awsenr so far!
Dr.Saravanan Ramachandran
2010-07-05 12:07:24
Better to consult a Homeopath in person.
Wish you wellness through Homeopathy!
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