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Diseases of World Leaders - Part 2

Course Description

Continue learning about heroes and heroines encompassing the Elizabethan era to the 20th century and the diseases that influenced their lives work. The cast of characters include Elizabeth I, Abraham Lincoln, Mary Todd Lincoln - wife of Abrham Lincoln, Chester Arthur, Eleanor Roosevelt, Gustav Mahler, Sigmund Freud, George Herman Ruth, and Grover Cleveland. The lecture will consist of a brief history of the individual followed by a discussion of their disease.

Important Information

  • This course will be taught by an instructor from USC's School of Medicine
  • Course location, directions and parking instructions will be emailed to you approximately one week before the course

Course Fee - $25

Registration and Fees

Dates / SessionsTimesFees
Diseases of World Leaders - Part 2
11/29/2017 – 11/29/2017

Wednesday
1 Sessions

Register Online or Register By Mail

Notes: The course location and directions will be emailed approximately one week before the course begins.
6:00 PM – 7:30 PM$25.00

Registration and Payment Notes

If you plan to pay by check or purchase order, select "register by mail." Complete the form and return a printout with payment to: USC Continuing Education and Conferences, 1600 Hampton Street, Suite 403, Columbia, SC 29208. Your seat is not guaranteed until payment is received.

We accept online payment via electronic check, VISA, MasterCard, Discover and American Express through MarketPlace, a secure electronic environment that simplifies business transactions with the university. Follow the MarketPlace prompts to complete payment. Your transaction is only complete when you receive an order number, which is your receipt of payment. Your seat is not guaranteed until payment is received and you receive an order number.

Once you have paid and are enrolled, you'll be emailed location and parking information for face-to-face programs or online instructions about one week before the program begins.