PRI and YLC Invite You to a Book Signing Reception for Sally Pipes’ New Book

April 11, 2018
350 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA, USA

Please Join PRI and YLC for an Evening Reception with Sally C. Pipes,

PRI’s President, CEO, and Thomas W. Smith Fellow in Health Care Policy,
who will discuss her newly published book
The False Promise of Single-Payer Health Care.

As the siren call for a single-payer health care system gains momentum at the national level
and in several states, Sally C. Pipes makes the case against such a system by offering
evidence of its devastating effects on patients in Canada, the United Kingdom, and
even the United States. Long wait times, substandard care, lack of access to innovative treatments,
huge public outlays, and spiraling costs are endemic to single-payer.

Wednesday, April 11, 2018
6:30pm to 8:30pm
Cocktail Reception*

Salesforce East
350 Mission Street, 27th floor
San Francisco, CA 94104

*Complimentary autographed books to be provided.

General Admission: $50
Sir Antony Fisher Freedom Society Members: $25

All guests are required to present a valid photo ID and sign a brief non-disclosure agreement
before receiving a visitor badge.

Please RSVP at
For more information, contact Vickie Nelson at (415) 955-6110
or [email protected]

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