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Tuesday, April 1, 2014
Abstracts now being accepted for the XVIII International Congress of Neuropathology
The program for the next International Congress of Neuropathology is now ready and abstract submission is open. The meeting this year will be held in beautiful Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. As this meeting only takes place once every four years, it's a valuable opportunity for the world's neuropathology experts to convene.
The preliminary program looks strong. One example: the illustrious Dr. Beatriz Lopes will discuss pitfalls in diagnosing histoplasmacytic-rich CNS lesions.See you in Rio!
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