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Texas A&M HSC College of Medicine is hosting the 8th annual Magnolia Tea luncheon to benefit women’s health research. The Magnolia Tea originally started as a community outreach for women in the Brazos Valley and was so popular and successful that it became an annual event.

Texas A&M HSC College of Medicine is hosting the 8th annual Magnolia Tea luncheon to benefit women’s health research. The Magnolia Tea originally started as a community outreach for women in the Brazos Valley and was so popular and successful that it became an annual event.

The Magnolia Tea is on Thursday, March 28th, 2013, from 2:00pm to 4:00pm at the Miramount Country Club in Bryan, Texas. The attire is Sunday best. Tickets are $50 per guest. The event is open to the community and is expecting between 100-120 participants. To register for the event call979-862-3992.

The Magnolia Tea’s goal is to promote women’s health initiatives, educate
local women about health issues that affect them and their family, and raises money for women’s health research. The money raised goes to a $1000 scholarship that will be given to a selected medical student and will be announced at the luncheon. The Magnolia Tea Scholarship picks a third or fourth year student based on a written essay regarding a women’s health issue that they believe is important for research and they wish to research when they become a physician.

Every year the event hosts a speaker that is involved in the selected research. This year Rachel Bramson is speaking about patient and physician communication. Bramson is an M.D. Associate Professor with the Department of Humanities in Medicine and the Department of Family and Community Medicine. 

For more information visit, http://medicine.tamhsc.edu/tea/index.html.