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October 1, 2019

The Cooper Institute: Aging Well

Exclusive to CFT Fund Holders, CFT4B Executives, and ELP Alumni: Join us for a special lunch and conversation on aging well led by Chief Science Officer Laura DeFina at The Cooper Institute.

The Cooper Institute: Aging Well

When:

October 1, 2019 | Time: 11:15 a.m.

Where:

The Cooper Institute

Details:

Exclusive to CFT Fund Holders, CFT4B Executives, and ELP Alumni: CFT and the board of trustees at The Cooper Institute warmly invite you to join them for lunch on Tuesday, October 1st at The Cooper Institute. Dr. Laura DeFina, Chief Science Officer, will share what their team has learned from 114,800 people’s health habits studied by The Cooper Institute over the last 50 years and recommend ways you can take action to age well. RSVP to Melissa Hardage at mhardage@cftexas.org.
 
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