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National University’s 2012 Homecoming: June 21-24

by May 15, 2012

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Come join National alumni for fun, continued education credits and a chance to network with leaders in chiropractic and integrative medicine at National University of Health Sciences’ 2012 Homecoming event.

This year’s Homecoming will take place from June 21st – 24th at National University’s Lombard campus on Thursday, and the Doubletree Hotel in Oak Brook from Friday through Sunday. While it is just a short drive from National’s Lombard campus, the Doubletree is also close to some of Chicago’s best shopping, dining and entertainment options.

Alumni can enjoy a host of social opportunities this year, and take a first-hand look at the many improvements made in the last year to National’s facilities. This year’s Homecoming will also feature special reunions for the classes of 1952, 1957, 1962, 1967, 1972, 1977, 1982, 1987, 1992, 1997, 2002 and 2007.

The roster of events includes speakers and presenters on pediatric care, medicare and insurance coding issues, lifestyle and nutritional strategies, treatment modalities and integrative medicine topics. There will be special continuing education available for massage therapy graduates as well.

Don’t miss another fantastic chance to relive old memories, rekindle friendships and chart new horizons for your practice!

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