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Dr. Bob Anderson PHOTO BY BENNETT WHIPPLE

Dr. Bob Anderson to speak on Men’s health issues at Squires & Stags

By Bennett Whipple

Dr. Bob Anderson, Big Canoe resident and popular Smoke Signals columnist, will speak at Squires & Stags’ Feb. 3rd meeting on the “Treatment of Men’s Common Health Issues.”

Anderson is the retired professor of Clinical and Administrative Sciences at Atlanta’s Mercer University’s Southern School of Pharmacy. In his long-running column in Smoke Signals, he gives common sense advice on medications.

He will be speaking aptly on the worrisome prostate problem, afflicting most men, and on male hormone replacement and cancer prevention.      

Anderson received the B.S. degree in Pharmacy at Purdue University; his Doctor’s degree from the University of Kentucky; and completed his Residency at the Albert B. Chandler Medical Center in Lexington.

Squires & Stags meets in the Mountains Grille at the Clubhouse at Lake Sconti. Coffee is ready at 7:45 a.m. followed by a buffet breakfast served at 8:00 a.m. Big Canoe residents and guests are invited to attend the meeting. The price of breakfast is $13 payable on your POA account or by cash at the door.

Reservations are required and must be received by Noon on Thursday before the Friday morning meeting. For online reservation links, watch for the POA “Happenings & Events” e-blast and the Smoke Signals e-blast, both issued weekly.

Use of the online reservation system is encouraged, but if it’s not available you may call Kim Cooper at (706) 268-1115 to make reservations.

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