NORTH CANTON, Ohio, Sept. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Public Health and Safety is a major concern for all of us. From our workplaces to our homes and everywhere in between, dangerous germs like MRSA and H1N1 are putting us at constant risk. Every year more and more people are contracting various strains of bacteria and viruses. According to The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 15 to 60 million people contract seasonal flu each year, more than 200,000 are hospitalized from complications and an average of 38,000 people die from it each year. Our panel of renowned experts will be discussing how to protect your family, yourself and your workplace from these major health and public safety concerns. Topics will range from public health challenges to implementing solutions to minimize risk. Space is limited; don't miss this premier opportunity to gain insight into protecting your health.
Andrea Goren, Executive Director at BioTech Medical, Inc. states, "Our goal is to have a thorough and balanced discussion concerning preventative measures that will help to sustain a healthy community." This symposium will delve into diminishing the risks of MRSA, CA-MRSA, Influenza A, H1N1, and a host of other communicable viruses and bacterial infections which have an adverse affect on healthcare centers, schools, daycares, athletic facilities, institutional, commercial, governmental, and other public facilities.
Moderating the symposium will be world renowned physician and Emmy Award winning chief medical TV correspondent, Robert B. Arnot, MD, CM. Dr. Bob has been a medical correspondent for CBS, NBC, MSNBC and more recently hosted the Dr. Danger TV series. He is also an international humanitarian with a hunger for knowledge and a desire to introduce audiences to important issues and exotic locations around the world.Panelists include:Bernard W. Becker III, MSDirector of Continuing EducationCenter for Emergency PreparednessCleveland State U
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