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The IPPS International Liaison Committee is Hard at Work! The IPPS International Liaison Committee is Hard at Work!
August 18, 2017
The (IPPS) International Pelvic Pain Society’s International Liaison Committee is hard at work creating Vision, Mission and Values statements keeping YOU in mind!

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Donations to IPPS 2017 Auction
Donating items to IPPS auction catalog is a great way to support our fundraising auction effort. We appreciate any items you donate as well as any items you round up and submit on behalf of other donors. Donate items online at BiddingForGood.com or via the IPPS Donation Form (PDF)

Conference Hotel Sold Out Tuesday October 10th – Alternate Hotel Options
We are very, very excited at the response for the 2017 IPPS Annual Conference and 3rd World Congress on Abdominal and Pelvic Pain. The conference hotel is sold out Tuesday October 10th and has limited space on Wednesday October 11th!  For members in need of a hotel room for these dates, we have a listing of alternate hotel options.

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