Anne Levadou, President of Reseau D.E.S. France, receives the National Order of Merit

16 Sep

This just in from France:

Anne Levadou, President of Reseau D.E.S. France, receives the National Order of Merit

An official recognition, through our President,

of Réseau D.E.S. France

 

The administrators and members of Réseau D.E.S. France are delighted and proud to inform you that Anne Levadou, our President, is officially to receive the distinction of Chevalier of the Ordre national de Mérite, as a recognition for her devotion to prevention and support for Réseau D.E.S. France

She will receive her decoration from Professor Michel Tournaire

on Saturday, 22nd October at 18h 30
in the Couvelaire Room, St Vincent de Paul Hospital, Paris

We are very happy to share the news of this distinction with our friends all over the world.

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One Response to “Anne Levadou, President of Reseau D.E.S. France, receives the National Order of Merit”

  1. DES Daughter September 16, 2011 at 3:42 pm #

    Thank you for posting and sharing this great news! As a French DES daughter, I feel very proud that a French DES activist who has given so much to the DES cause will receive this well deserve high distinction. This recognition is not only for Anne Levadou, but all her team and all those who like Anne never give up … I am grateful for the support she gave to my mum when she needed it most and for her dedication and commitment to identify, educate, provide support to, and advocate for DES-exposed individuals as well as educate health care professionals. She’s a true inspiration to me and for all women.

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