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Register today for our National Stop the Bleed Webinar

  

Join us on May 21st at 3pm EST for our exclusive National Stop the Bleed Webinar, co-sponsored by the Jesse Lewis Choose Love Movement and TyTek Medical. Receive a one-off TyTek Medical bleeding control equipment discount, hear from three keynote speakers and take part in a dedicated Q+A session.

Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from three keynote speakers throughout the course of our webinar.

Introducing to you, Scarlett Lewis, the founder of the Jesse Lewis Choose Love Movement, Dr Dustin Calhoun, Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, Medical Director for Emergency Management at UC Health and Ryan Burke, Director of Emergency Preparedness for TyTek Medical

When registering on eventbrite, you are able to submit questions in advance for our three keynote speakers to answer during the Q+A. Whether you want to learn more about the TyTek Medical bleeding control products or the Choose Love for Schools Program. We have all the resources to answer your questions in depth to help you stop the bleed, choose love and save lives. 

Register here today: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/stop-the-bleed-choose-love-webinar-event-tickets-103750251796

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