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Hey guys, I thought it would be cool if anyone in the NYC/tri-state area would want to meet up in NYC- I am recently diagnosed and I would love to find support! It could also be a fun way to just meet new people. There are no set plans or dates yet, I just wanted to get my feelers out there for who is interested. I hope to make this happen, please PM me or just respond to the thread :)

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Hey Guys!

You can also use our Events Calendar to let people know.

Once you know the date you can add it to the Calendar (see the link up the top of this page in the main navbar). People who are interested in attending can also use the RSVP function if you want them to.

Hope this helps,


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Hey guys! I submitted a calendar event to be approved and then it will go on the calendar! The date I put is Saturday January 29th at 3pm, wanted to do it enough in the future that we can set it aside! It should show up on the calendar within the next day or two I assume.

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lifegoeson1234- That would be great! I am still waiting for the event to get posted to the calendar but it's basically going to be Saturday the 29th at 3pm- meeting at Union Square. Further details to come!

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I'm a new member (just joined yesterday) my husband and I both have GH and I'm experiencing my 1st outbreak ATM and I found this site looking for information about symptoms and homeopathic treatment. It's been very informative so far. We're in NYC as well. What's the deal with the meet and greet? Is it just a mixer or something?

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