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Stanford Infectious Diseases Clinic (Dr. Montoya) Has Moved to a Different Building.

Discussion in 'ME/CFS Doctors' started by charityfundraiser, Sep 29, 2010.

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    charityfundraiser Senior Member

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    Yeah, but it was a really nice postcard (although the star denoting the location of the building is 'behind' Blake Wilbur - I thought that it was denoting parking but the main parking lot is pretty convenient - is there parking at the location of the star?).

    Also, on a related note, there was concern expressed in another thread that the move to Blake Wilbur was a marginalization of CFS and Dr. Montoya at Stanford. FWIW, the entire Infectious Disease Department moved to Blake Wilbur (and there are a number of separate offices in BW including an ID research department on the first floor) so I find it unlikely that there is anything to worry about.
     

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