MEETINGS - International Symposium on Albumin Dialysis in Liver Disease (Germany) September 2002:
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The University of Rostock's Department of Medicine is hosting its 4th International Symposium on Albumin Dialysis in Liver Disease on September 6-8 2002 at the Hotel Neptun, Warnemunde, Germany. The event will focus on the latest techniques and developments in albumin dialysis with special emphasis on the role of liver support in intensive care. Further details from Dr Gesine Selig on tel: +49 381 494 7357; fax: +49 381 494 7357; email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.albumin-dialysis.org
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