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1113 Aug 2014
Vancouver, Canada
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Frank Verhaegen
+31 (0)88 4455792


Symposium on Small Animal Precision Image-Guided RadioTherapy

11-13 August 2014, Vancouver, BC, Canada

The Second Symposium on the exciting new research field of Precision Image-guided Small Animal RadioTherapy will be held from August 11-13 2014 in Vancouver, Canada.

The first very successful Symposium was held in March 2013 in Maastricht, the Netherlands.

The following link provides you with all the information about this exciting new initiative (some sections are under construction).

Participation is limited to 150 participants.

We would appreciate it if you could forward this to colleagues who may be interested in this topic.

The Symposium website is:

Frank Verhaegen, MAASTRO Clinic, Maastricht, the Netherlands
Brad Gill, British Columbia Cancer Center, Vancouver, Canada