Record Crowd Expected at Hopkinton Drug Health Lecture

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Lyme Disease, Mold and Fibromyalgia are the topics to be diiscussed at the December 1st Health Lecture Series sponsored by Hopkinton Drug. This will be the tenth in a series of lectures held in Hopkinton and promises to be one of the better attended.
According to Mike Macione, Marketing Manager for Hopkinton Drug, over 40 people have already registered and the lecture has been moved to a new and larger venue, the Hopkinton Senior Center. The lecture will start at 7PM and light refreshments will be served.

The speaker for the evening is Dr. Ritchier Shoemaker, a biotoxin specialist, who will discuss new treatments options for chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, post-Lyme syndrome and mold exposure.

For more information and to RSVP, contact Michael Macione at [email protected].

About Dr. Shoemaker
Dr. Shoemaker graduated from Duke University where he received undergraduate and medical degrees. He is a practicing physician in PocomokeCity, MD, and conducts research all across the country. His dedication to his patients and his advancement of medicine through research has been recognized often, including receipt of the Maryland Academy of Family Practice Physician of the Year 2000 award which was followed by an award as a finalist in the National competition for 2002. Dr. Shoemaker has published four books, and has numerous publications in scientific research journals, on audio and video tapes and in newspapers. He has made many presentations at scientific meetings, and has frequently appeared on television. Dr. Shoemaker's lectures are known for their enthusiastic presentation of thought provoking ideas. Whether his speech is educational or motivational, he is an entertaining speaker with a stimulating approach to thinking that will challenge the listener.