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LGBTQ Health Symposium

Mar. 14, 2019, 9:20 AM

Molly Adele Brown, accompanied on guitar by Tim Angsten, sang at the Second Annual Southern LGBTQ Health Symposium to engage providers, students and community members throughout the region on ways to better serve sexual and gender minority patients and families. The event was presented by the Vanderbilt Program for LGBTQ Health.
(photo by Anne Rayner)

Molly Adele Brown, accompanied on guitar by Tim Angsten, sang at the Second Annual Southern LGBTQ Health Symposium to engage providers, students and community members throughout the region on ways to better serve sexual and gender minority patients and families. The event was presented by the Vanderbilt Program for LGBTQ Health.

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