5001 North Scottsdale Road
The evening of October 3, 2013 – that’s a Thursday – we have a very special event featuring Jeffrey Smith and a panel of Phoenix-area doctors discussing the health risks of unlabeled Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) in our food. This is a fantastic opportunity, especially for medical professionals, to engage in the changing paradigm about GMOs. Hear from the physicians’ panel why they are concerned and how they help their patients with a GMO-free diet.
Jeffrey M. Smith:
Physician Panel for Q&A:
Deborah Dykema, D.O., Phoenix
Dr. Dykema is board certified in General Practice. She is a family practice physician and has been in practice in northwest Phoenix for more than 30 years. She encourages patients to adopt healthy lifestyles to prevent disease.
Dr. Serafini is trained in the Brimhall, Gonstead, and Webster techniques of chiropractic care and delivers a holistic approach. He was the official chiropractor of the Gateway Pro Golf Tour. He utilizes laser therapies and physical therapy.
Dr. Wolfson is a board certified cardiologist and the former Chairman of the Department of Medicine at Paradise Valley Hospital. He practices a health and wellness paradigm with the motto “healthy living in a toxic world.”
Event Info for October 3, 2013
5001 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale, AZ 85250
(North of Camelback, East side of Scottsdale Rd.)
Free conference center parking on site
Seating is limited. Pre-registration is strongly advised to reserve your seat. Tickets: $5 for students, $10 for general public, and $20 for professionals. Event proceeds go to fund GMO Free Arizona educational events. Your donation will be greatly appreciated to cover costs associated with the hotel venue, rental of an AV system, honorarium for Jeffrey Smith, printing, and other event expenses. Our big wish list item right now is the ability to buy our own projector which will lower costs for future events.