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The 5th FACE Research Roundtable Webcast

J FAS Int 2004;2:e14 - Oct. 2004

The 5th Annual Fetal Alcohol Canadian Expertise (FACE) Research Roundtable, held September 9, 2004 in Saskatoon can now be viewed online! View the webcast now.

The webcast includes video of presentations by leaders in FASD research with downloads of their powerpoint slides, and on demand viewing of the television documentary - FAS: When the Children Grow Up.

This webcast was made possible through funding from the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority, the Alberta Ministry of Childrens Services, the BC Ministry of Children and Family Development, and Health Canada.

The 5th Annual FACE Research Roundtable was organized by the Motherisk Program, hosted by the Saskatchewan Prevention Institute and sponsored by the Brewers of Canada.

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