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MEETINGS - Medical Plastics 2002 (Denmark) August 2002:

This article was originally published in Clinica

Executive Summary

Medical Plastics 2002, a meeting forum for professionals in the medical plastics industry, will take place on August 27-30 2002 at the Schaeffergarden Conference Centre, Copenhagen, Denmark. The event will cover the latest developments in the manufacture, development, design and application of medical devices. It is structured around two seminar sessions, a conference discussing the latest research papers and an exhibition showcasing the materials and product samples. Further details from the conference secretariat, on tel: +45 3311 4122; fax: +45 3313 3859; email: hexagon@hexagon.dk www.hexagon.dk

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