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Music City SCALE • May 10-12

Hosted by the Tennessee Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery, the 13th Annual Symposium for Cosmetic Advances & Laser Education (SCALE) is set for May at the Music City Center. For more information on speakers, CME, and registration, go online to

Mental Health America Annual Conference • June 14-16 • Washington, DC

With a theme of 'Fit for the Future,' the 2018 MHA conference will focus on the link between nutrition, fitness, overall well-being and mental health. Expert panelists and speakers will look at cutting-edge technologies, integrated health and collaborative practice, and 21st century policy solutions. For more information and registration, go online to

Tee Off for ALS • June 18 • Vanderbilt Legends Club

Register a team to enjoy a fun golf tournament will helping the ALS Association of Tennessee provide critical services to those living with ALS in our community. The tournament runs 11:30 am-7 pm with a shotgun start at 1 pm. Go to, click on 'Get Involved' and then 'Events' to register.


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