Hola. We'll be hosting next week's Grand Rounds blog carnival here at the 'Mine, with a THANKSGIVING theme:
What are you Thankful For in health & medicine? And/or in the blogging and social media world?
Please send submissions to us at info_at_diabetesmine.com with "Grand Rounds Submission" in the subject line.
Please include the title of your post and the URL, along with a brief summary of the topic or bent. Deadline for submissions is 8pm PST on Sunday, Nov. 20.
This is our fourth time hosting this great weekly forum of the best of medical and health blogging — as submitted by anyone who wants to participate — and we're bursting with gratitude for the organizers, Get Better Health, MedPage Today, and of course Val and Gene.
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Oh, and in preparation for next week: Gobble, Gobble.
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