Radiation Oncology Clinical Research Seminar to be Held at the University of Florida

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OncologyONCOLOGY Vol 13 No 11
Volume 13
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A three-day interdisciplinary cancer conference will be held March 2 through 4, 2000, at the Best Western Gateway Grand in Gainesville, Florida. The seminar will emphasize the latest advances in radiation therapy techniques and results. It will include refresher courses by senior faculty, panel discussions, and new departmental research results. Visiting Professor will be Professeur Jean-Pierre Gerard, Service de Radiotherapie-Oncologie, Hôpitaux de Lyon, France. Other presentations will be made by clinicians from the University of Florida Department of Radiation Oncology.

A three-day interdisciplinary cancer conference will be held March 2 through 4, 2000, at the Best Western Gateway Grand in Gainesville, Florida. The seminar will emphasize the latest advances in radiation therapy techniques and results. It will include refresher courses by senior faculty, panel discussions, and new departmental research results. Visiting Professor will be Professeur Jean-Pierre Gerard, Service de Radiotherapie-Oncologie, Hôpitaux de Lyon, France. Other presentations will be made by clinicians from the University of Florida Department of Radiation Oncology.

Concurrent meetings will be held for radiation therapy physicists on March 2 and 3, for radiation therapists on March 3 and 4, and for radiation oncology nurses on March 3 and 4. For further information, contact:
William M. Mendenhall, MD, 2000 Seminar Coordinator, Department of Radiation Oncology, University of Florida , Health Science Center, P. O. Box 100385, Gainesville, FL 100385, Phone: (352) 395-0287, Fax: (352) 395-0759, e-mail: mendewil@shands.ufl.edu

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