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Physician to Discuss “Sudden Cardiac Arrest” in Weslaco Feb. 7

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Weslaco –  Dr. Robert Sepulveda, Internal Medicine Physician, will speak and answer questions on “Sudden Cardiac Arrest: What to Do?”  during a free “Senior Health Talk” for the community on Tuesday, February 7 at 12:30 p.m. at the Knapp Conference Center, located in the 700 block of Knapp Medical Boulevard on the west side of the hospital in Weslaco.    For more information, please call (956) 973-5142.

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