Many birthday celebrations do not include much more than cake and presents. But on what would have been the 100th birthday of the man considered to be the father of the modern naturopathic medicine movement, a few extra events are in order. That is why Bastyr University will host a number of celebrations next week to remember the life and legacy of Dr. John Bartholomew Bastyr.
Among the events planned the week of May 14:
“This cluster of events is a fitting way to remember Dr. Bastyr’s contribution to the field of natural medicine,” said Bastyr University President Daniel K. Church, PhD. “Each one helps highlight what made Dr. Bastyr so special to our community and beyond, and honors our University’s namesake by ensuring his legacy will last forever.”
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