3D Tissue Models
World Congress on Controversies in Bone & Joint Diseases (C-Bone)
Palau de Congressos de Catalunya

Barcelona, Connecticut

     *  Abstract Deadline:
       10th September 2010

   Over the years, the field of Bone & Joint Diseases has undergone
   enormous expansion in clinical and basic data, as well as that of
   field-related technology. With the problem of bone & joint diseases
   reaching epidemiological dimensions, treatment possibilities have
   digressed diversely. This development has created a need for debates
   on the numerous controversial issues, and to attain clinical

   The intention of the 1st World Congress on Controversies in Bone &
   Joint Diseases (C-Bone), which will take place January 20-23, 2011 in
   Barcelona, Spain, is to function as an exclusive forum for
   international experts to share and compare experiences, in order to
   outline appropriate treatment. A congress that focuses on clinical
   controversies is an entirely new concept. It is embarked upon
   primarily to facilitate effective debate on unresolved clinical and
   therapeutic dilemmas, resulting in agreement over all issues, and
   supported by evidence-based medicine and opinions of experts.

   After each speaker, ample time will be provided for discussion, and
   participants will have the advantage of conversing and debating
   unresolved issues with world authorities in their fields. The Congress
   aims at reaching the ultimate state-of-the-art solutions, and
   providing clinicians with conclusive recommendations and reliable
   solutions, all based on current paramount significance.

   Barcelona, CT, Barcelona, Spain

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Schedule of Presentations:

Thursday, January 20, 2011
06:00:00 New Presentation Anthuber Matthias
Friday, January 21, 2011
Saturday, January 22, 2011
Sunday, January 23, 2011
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