Glendale library to host Midwestern health lecture series

Free event takes on ‘Vaccine Myths’

Posted 6/12/21

Midwestern University will host a special Community Health Lecture Series presentation entitled “Vaccine Myths” at 6:30 p.m. Monday, June 14 at the Glendale Foothills Branch Library, 19055 N. 57th Ave.

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Glendale library to host Midwestern health lecture series

Free event takes on ‘Vaccine Myths’

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Midwestern University will host a special Community Health Lecture Series presentation entitled “Vaccine Myths” at 6:30 p.m. Monday, June 14 at the Glendale Foothills Branch Library, 19055 N. 57th Ave.

Presented by Dr. Jennifer Wild, Medical Director of the Operation Hope Vaccination Center at the Midwestern University Therapy Institute, 5815 W. Utopia Road, Glendale, this free community presentation will explore the various COVID-19 vaccines available to the public and provide information on their development and safety for the general public.

Call 623-930-3868. Reservations are not necessary.

The presentation is part of the Midwestern University Community Health Lecture Series, which offers free monthly public lectures on health and medicine by campus faculty in partnership with the Glendale Public Library.

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