All Over Town

All Over Town

All Over Town

The throng in the big white tent in the Parco dispersed along the cobbled streets of the old city to 18 different Congress venues, in museums, universities, foundations, institutes, union halls, chambers of commerce, piazzi, and un palazzo.

We all had to choose between a wealth of scientific research sessions, workshops, and policy forums, each important, ranging from economic development plans to the biogenetics of breeding.

Reminded me, like Princeton, of trying to take a drink from a firehose. That’s the power you get when such a vibrant community meets only once every three years.

Dr. Alan Greene

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Dr. Greene is the founder of DrGreene.com (cited by the AMA as “the pioneer physician Web site”), a practicing pediatrician, father of four, & author of Raising Baby Green & Feeding Baby Green. He appears frequently in the media including such venues as the The New York Times, the TODAY Show, Good Morning America, & the Dr. Oz Show.

 

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