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Conferences

The 2009 ASCO Annual Meeting was a forum for cutting-edge scientific and educational developments in oncology with a focus on personalizing cancer care.

This Meeting was held in Orlando, Florida, an ideal event location with its modern convention center and ample hotel accommodations.
For more than six decades, the American Academy of Neurology has provided top-tier education programming and a wealth of scientific information to attendees looking to better themselves. The ultimate goal is to provide improved outcomes to neurology patients worldwide. The Annual Meeting is the best and most convenient way to help all those in neurologists' care live healthier lives. For the benefit of neurologists' patients and practices, these opportunities are not to be missed.
This year's meeting featured presentations on late-breaking oncology research.
This Health 2.0 Conference featured panel discussions about doctor-patient interaction, adopting health 2.0 platforms, and payers and health 2.0.

Headline speakers included Aneesh Chopra, Assistant to the President & Chief Technology Officer, Office of Science & Technology Policy, David Kibbe, Senior Advisor, AAFP, and Jonathan Bush, CEO, athenahealth.
Health 2.0 Conference and the Center for Information Therapy (Ix®) were delighted to announce their first joint conference. The two organizations had been discussing the tensions and synergies between Information Therapy and Health 2.0. And they had been looking for a way to collaborate and integrate all the hundreds of ideas about the role of patients in the transformation of health care. So it made great sense to put the two organizations together for one great conference.
This year's meeting will feature poster presentations and discussions given by healthcare professionals from around the world on research breakthroughs in dementia and Alzheimer's disease.
This meeting offers attendees the opportunity to not only network with their peers, but also gain education that will assist in practice management.
Get ready to be wowed in San Antonio. Congress is the #1 cancer nursing conference around, and you're going to have a ball connecting to colleagues, getting the latest oncology information, and strengthening your career and your profession.

You'll truly become part of the ONS community as you network and share ideas with more than 5,000 oncology nurses from across the United States and around the world. Learn more about this year's Congress activities.
The 2009 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium (SABCS) is presented by the CTRC, AACR, and the Baylor College of Medicine. The driving force behind this collaboration is the shared mission of the organizations to advance progress against breast cancer. By combining their respective strengths, the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium encompasses the full spectrum of breast cancer research and facilitates the rapid transition of new knowledge into improved care for breast cancer patients.
This meeting not only featured presentations on late-breaking rheumatology research, but it provided an opportunity for attendees to network with their peers.
This meeting not only featured presentations on late-breaking rheumatology research, but it provided an opportunity for attendees to network with their peers.
This meeting is "the world's pre-eminent gathering of healthcare professionals devoted to understanding, treating, assessing and preventing cardiovascular disease and stroke." You will find a wide range symposiums, poster presentations, and opportunities to network with your colleagues.
This meeting is "the world's pre-eminent gathering of healthcare professionals devoted to understanding, treating, assessing and preventing cardiovascular disease and stroke." You will find a wide range symposiums, poster presentations, and opportunities to network with your colleagues.
This three-day multidisciplinary symposium was intended for individuals with clinical and/or research interests in the prevention, screening, evaluation, and management of breast cancer, including medical, surgical, and radiation oncologists.
Oncology professionals who attended this meeting attended a wide range symposiums, poster presentations, and opportunities to network with their colleagues.
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