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Health Matters happening at Stanford tomorrow

As a reminder, Stanford Medicine's Health Matters event is happening Saturday at the Li Ka Shing Center for Learning and Knowledge. Hundreds of community members are coming to campus to attend sessions on a variety of medicine and science-related topics and to learn about the latest advancements in medicine and health. (Added bonus for football fans: Former San Francisco 49er Steve Young will be one of the speakers; he and neurosurgeon Gary Steinberg, MD, PhD, will discuss sports-related concussions.)

Conference organizers will be live tweeting the activities; you can follow the coverage starting at 10 AM Pacific time tomorrow on the @StanfordHealth feed or by using the hashtag #HealthMatters.

Previously: Can’t be at Stanford for Health Matters? Follow along on social media and Stanford Medicine to open its doors to community during Health Matters event

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