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15th World Congress on Pain CME

Date:
October 6-11, 2014
Location:
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Description:
The Congress will attract more than 6,000 pain specialists from all over the world who will converge on Buenos Aires and present the most up-to-date information on the field of pain, from laboratory science to clinical diagnosis, management, and prevention. The Buenos Aires Scientific Program Committee will organize a program to include plenary sessions, topical workshops, refresher courses, and poster sessions covering every aspect of acute and chronic pain from basic science to clinical practice

Venue: La Rural Convention Center
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