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Jewish group holding dinner on medical issues

Citizen Staff Writer

The Tucson Maimonides Society is sponsoring a dinner program Oct. 28 featuring pediatrician Sandy Newmark speaking on “Maimonides and the Practice of Integrated Medicine.”

Newmark has practiced pediatrics in Tucson for 23 years and is the director of the Center for Pediatric Integrative Medicine, a consulting practice for children with a variety of medical issues.

The dinner will be at Skyline Country Club, 5200 E. Saint Andrews Drive.

The Maimonides Society is a forum to discuss medical issues from a Jewish perspective, according to a news release from the Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona, and promotes fellowship among Jewish physicians, dentists, podiatrists and psychologists.

Maimonides was the first person to write a systematic code of all Jewish law, called the Mishneh Torah.

For more details or to make reservations, contact Karen at 577-9393.



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