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    Michael Greger, M.D. is a nationally recognized speaker on a number of important public health and social justice issues. As Farm Sanctuary's Chief investigator on mad cow disease, he debated the National Cattlemen's Beef Association Director before the FDA and was invited as an expert witness to defend Oprah Winfrey in the infamous "meat defamation trial." He currently coordinates the mad cow disease website for the Organic Consumers Association.
    185 South St. #6
    Jamaica Plain , MA 02130
    Contact Person: Dr. Greger
    Phone: (857) 928-2778
    E-Mail: [email protected]
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    Dr. Greger is a general practitioner specializing in vegetarian nutrition. He is author of Heart Failure: Diary of a Third Year Medical Student and has contributed to a number of books on veganism and food safety issues. Dr. Greger is a graduate of the Cornell University School of Agriculture and the Tufts University School of Medicine.

    Dr. Greger lives in Boston, where he has been an active member of Food Not Bombs, Boston Ecofeminist Action, the Boston Vegetarian Society, the Lucy Parsons Center and the BALM Squad (Boston Area Liberation Medic Squad). He encourages everyone to donate money to Tribe of Heart to support their new project Peaceable Kingdom.

    Dr. Greger has a sliding scale speaking fee. For groups that are struggling, he will (of course) speak for free, although help in defraying travel costs is appreciated. Dr. Greger can be contacted at [email protected] at (857) 928-2778 or at 185 South St. #6, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130.

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