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Do You Love Your Genes? Tweetup

Do You Love Your Genes? Tweetup/Meetup (a Valentine’s Day event) Thursday February 11, 2010 at 5:30pm Pacific Fertility Center’s Education Center 55 Francisco St., Suite 550 San Francisco, California 94133 Get Directions Please join us for genes, love, award-winning wine, chocolate, and tasty, healthy appetizers! To view the invitation, click here This is an in-person and virtual event for all who would like to participate and learn about the leading edge of genetics and fertility. We will also be tweeting live during the event to communicate with and connect tweeters. Genes are an important part of life, especially for those who are struggling to conceive a child. At this event we will celebrate these building blocks of life in all forms, whether they come from biological parents, birth parents, or donors. We will also be joined by representatives from Counsyl and the Gene Security Network (GSN) to speak about their cutting edge genetic testing technologies. For more details on our presenters see: Pacific Fertility Center: http://pacificfertilitycenter.com Counsyl: http://counsyl.com GSN: http://genesecurity.net ** Please RSVP at [email protected] or on Facebook at http://bit.ly/bopZUZ FertilityWire is a source of real-time fertility information and insights founded by fertility doctors. Visit us: http://fertilitywire.com Follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/fertilitywire Become a fan on Facebook at http://bit.ly/dB7ewl Thank you for your interest in subscribing to Pacific Fertility Center’s free monthly newsletter. We respect your privacy: Your email remains confidential and will not be shared or sold. Please click here to change your subscription preferences. —Best regards from all of us at Pacific Fertility Center.

Posted on February 11th, 2010

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