Temporary Travel Office


Postcards from Eutopia: Springfield, MO

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Springfield, MO, October, 2003

What would you say to the CEO of Monsanto in a postcard?
At SMSU, the Office provided travel brochures and postcards pre-addressed to Missouri-based institutions participating in "life science" research, development and public policy. The portable station also provided a place to rest and enjoy the sights and sounds of traveling without all the hustle. After the office closed, the postcards written by visitors were mailed.

Below is oneemail response from a recipient of postcards sent by visitors to the Travel Office at SMSU in October 2003.

From: "David Moskowitz" <dwmoskowitz@genomedics.com>
To: yougenics@yahoo.com
Subject: ethical concerns about genetic medicine
Date: Tue, 11 Nov 2003 15:21:20 GMT
Dear Yougenics,
I received one of your postcards, addressed to the first company I founded, DzGenes, LLC. I have since founded a public company, GenoMed, Inc., and have an even stronger reason to share my views about medical genomics with the public. As a practicing physician, my views are unlike those of any other biotech or pharma CEO I know of.
Sincerely yours,
Dave Moskowitz MD
David W. Moskowitz, MD, MA (Oxon.), FACP
Chairman, CEO and Chief Medical Officer
GenoMed, Inc.
website: www.genomedics.com
ticker symbol: GMED (on OTC Pinksheets)
909 S. Taylor Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63110
tel. 314-977-0110
FAX 314-754-9772
cell phone 314-378-7864
email: dwmoskowitz@genomedics.com

Make your own postcard with the Travel Office's virtual postcard maker