EPFL Luncheon - ethics in medical affairs

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EPFL Luncheon - ethics in medical affairs

Time: October 27, 2017 from 6pm to 7pm
Location: Main hall at the EPFL
Street: Route Cantonale
City/Town: 1015 Lausanne
Website or Map: http://epfl.ch
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Gabriel Francisco
Latest Activity: Oct 4, 2017

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Join us at the EPFL for a luncheon and informal discussion regarding ethics in medical affairs. A lot of people can no longer afford medical treatment, how do we help them? A lot of doctors, surgeons and laypeople volunteer their time and effort, but needs are growing and the root causes have to be solved.

Dr. Vincent Bettschart will host the discussions in Lausanne

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