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Book promotion with Dr. Radwanska

Muzeum Polskie w Ameryce
serdecznie zaprasza
na wieczór autorski

doktor Ewy Radwańskiej

z okazji wydania autobiografii zatytułowanej

„POMAGAJĄC KOBIETOM I MATCE NATURZE”

Spotkanie w języku polskim. Dochód ze sprzedaży autobiografii i dobrowolne datki w ramach wstępu do MPA są w całości przeznaczone, dzięki decyzji Autorki, na fundusz generalny Muzeum Polskiego w Ameryce

Dr. Ewa Radwańska interviewed by E. Jarzabek of Polvision TV. Present Marek Skulimowski of Kosciuszko Foundation and Kornelia Krol of Polish-American Medical Society

Dr. Ewa Radwańska interviewed by E. Jarzabek of Polvision TV. Present Marek Skulimowski of Kosciuszko Foundation and Kornelia Krol of Polish-American Medical Society

Dr Ewa Radwańska z prezesem Fundacji Kościuszkowskiej w Nowym Jorku Markiem Skulimowskim i prezesem Zjednoczenia Polskiego Rzymsko-Katolickiego w Ameryce Josephem A. Drobotem Jr.

Dr Ewa Radwańska z prezesem Fundacji Kościuszkowskiej w Nowym Jorku Markiem Skulimowskim i prezesem Zjednoczenia Polskiego Rzymsko-Katolickiego w Ameryce Josephem A. Drobotem Jr.


The Polish Museum of America
cordially invites you to a Polish language event

Meet the Author with Ewa Radwańska, MD.

The author will discuss her newest book

„POMAGAJĄC KOBIETOM I MATCE NATURZE”
[Helping Women and Mother Nature]


Dr. Radwanska received her medical degree and PhD in Endocrinology from the Medical Academy in Warsaw, Poland. She completed a fellowship in Endocrinology, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University College Hospital in London. She completed a second fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology/Infertility, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Rush Medical College in Chicago. Dr. Radwanska is the author of numerous scientific and medical articles and an expert on ovulatory disorders and infertility.

Great Hall

Sabina P. Logisz Great Hall was originally designed as the auditorium for the Polish Roman Catholic Union of America headquarters. In 1939, it was adapted for the needs of the Museum. The center space of the Great Hall presents rotating temporary exhibitions of documentary and historical content, as well as art and artists, both local and international.

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