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Current Concepts in Emergency Care - 34th Annual Conference CME

December 8-13, 2013
Wailea - Maui , Hawaii 96753, United States
Medical topics include surgery, internal and general medicine, intensive medicine, emergency medicine, and intensive care. The conference host is the American College of Emergency Physicians-Washington.

Venue: Marriott Hotel Hawai, Wailea - Maui, Hawaii
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