SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- ABC7 News contributor and Chronicle insider Phil Matier reports the medical association that pulled its convention out of San Francisco plans on returning to the city in 2023.
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The group, which did not want to be identified, canceled last year, citing concerns about safety and the growing number of homeless.
The convention was estimated to be worth about $40 million to the city.
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It is not clear what plans the medical association has following 2023.
Report: Medical association that canceled convention over safety concerns returning to San Francisco