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[October 26, 2005]

SUNY Downstate Asks “Who Cares About Men's Health Issues?”

A “Healthy Man Symposium” will be held by SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Friday, October 28, at The Brooklyn Tabernacle: Downtown Learning Center, to educate the public on men's health issues.

Downstate physicians will be on hand to discuss many of today's health issues that afflict men. Topics include current trends in men's health, HIV in men, and the facts and challenges of heart disease.
The lectures begin at 6:30 p.m. Those individuals who attend will receive a complimentary dinner, gift bag, health screening and much more. Special prizes will also be given out at the conference. Limited seats are available. Registration is mandatory and can be made by calling 718-270-7350.

SUNY Downstate Medical Center is the only academic medical center in Brooklyn, serving more than 2 million people within the borough. SUNY Downstate is located at 450 Clarkson Avenue.