Check with seller TruVo Health Care

Published date: January 7, 2017
Modified date: January 23, 2017
  • Location: United States

Address: 1713 Neva Street, Allentown PA 18104
Phone :888-336-5325


Email : info@truvohealthcare.com


TruVo Health Care is a medical professional group in the Lehigh Valley/Allentown area submitting for a Grower/Processer and Dispensary license.


TruVo Health Care is committed to developing a world-class organization that innovates, establishes and utilizes the proven best practices for cannabinoid-based medications in Pennsylvania and throughout the nation.


 

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