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Press registration is now open for EULAR 2011, May 25-28, London

Press registration is free of charge for all holders of a valid press card / formal journalist credentials. Press will have access to the onsite press facilities, including a working room and an interview room. The Press Office staff will also be able to assist you in organising interviews with relevant experts.

EULAR is one of the foremost international medical meetings in rheumatology and receives an attendance of over 12,000 delegates and 300 members of the press each year. The congress will cover the full spectrum of the rheumatic diseases, from new data to basic science, clinical symposia, abstract sessions, presentation and discussion of difficult cases, workshops, special interest group sessions and state-of-the-art lectures.

Press materials will select key newsworthy stories, from new clinical trial data to the social issues associated with rheumatologic conditions, along with specific stories on paediatric rheumatology. Several press conferences will be held during EULAR timings to be confirmed.

We look forward to seeing you at EULAR 2011 in London.


Contact: Rory Berrie
European League Against Rheumatism

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