Celebrating the 2018 Virtua Women's Conference

More than 300 women gathered to experience the Virtua Women’s Conference on October 27, 2018. The day was filled with inspiration, information and indulgences to empower women to prioritize their health. An energizing keynote on finding joy was the perfect ending to the day.

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