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STEP Ezine
Table of Contents, October 10, 2000

STEP's coverage of the 40th ICAAC Conference, including

Look for more ICAAC news in future issues of the STEP Ezine. Topics will include the latest approved protease inhibitor, new developments in the understanding of metabolic and body-shape change side effects, and more study results.


Since the last issue of the Ezine (9-29-00) the details concerning upcoming STEP events have changed.

  • The Health Management Workshops will NOT begin this Wednesday, October 11. Instead, the workshops will take place on two consecutive Saturdays in November.

    The next Ezine will contain the specifics -- date, time and location -- or you can call (206) 329-0064, ext. 6 for upcoming events.

  • The location for the November 14th Conference Update will NOT be Virginia Mason.

    Instead, the Conference Update will be at Glaser Auditorium at Swedish Hospital on First Hill.

    The time and date are the same, November 14, from 7-9 p.m.

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