Announcing: Third annual Canadian National CCSVI conference

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Announcing: Third annual Canadian National CCSVI conference

Postby Cece » Wed Jun 12, 2013 10:45 am

The National CCSVI Society Board of Directors is proud to announce its third annual CCSVI conference in Sherbrooke, Quebec on September 28 and 29, 2013.

Our 2013 conference, CCSVI: Voices of Progress, focuses on the latest CCSVI research and rehabilitation. This bilingual conference will bring internationally recognized CCSVI researchers and treating physicians together so you can learn from and interact with some of the world's top experts in neurovascular health and research.

Dr. Salvatore Sclafani, from New York, is this year's keynote speaker. More speakers will be announced soon – watch, (Facebook), and (Twitter) @ccsvisociety for additional announcements.

We invite you to join us in Sherbrooke on Saturday September 28 for the optional Patient Day afternoon and evening gatherings and Sunday September 29 for the main CCSVI conference. For full details, including travel discounts, hotel information, and conference tickets, please visit our website:

Please forward this email to anyone you feel may be interested. Thank you!

We look forward to meeting you in September.

Landon Schmidt, MBA, PMP, CMC
Secretary Treasurer

for National CCSVI Society Board of Directors

Sandra Birrell, President
Landon Schmidt, Secretary Treasurer
Dr. Bill Code, Medical Director
Dr. Bernhard Juurlink
Dr. David Christie
Dr. David Williams
Christopher Alkenbrack
Francine Deshaies
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Re: Announcing: Third annual Canadian National CCSVI confere

Postby tzootsi » Thu Jun 13, 2013 6:08 am

This is just a few hours north of me, we might try and make it. We spend a lot of weekends in the Sherbrooke area, if anyone needs any info on Sherbrooke.
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