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Special sessions announced for World Congress on Osteoporosis 2010 - IOF WCO - ECCEO10
Date:11/20/2009

Researchers are invited to contribute their abstracts to the World Congress on Osteoporosis 2010 (IOF WCO ECCEO10), the largest global meeting devoted to all aspects of osteoporosis and osteoarthritis research and patient care. The Congress will be held in Florence, Italy from May 5-8, 2010.

Beginning today, abstracts can be submitted online at http://www.iofwco-ecceo10.org

The submission deadline is February 4, 2010.

IOF and ESCEO are pleased to announce that seven special sessions and mini-symposia will enhance the extensive scientific programme that includes 12 Plenary and 20 Meet-the-Expert sessions:

VPHOP Symposium: Assessing Fracture Risk: The Future for Designing New Therapies
Chairs: R. Rizzoli, M. Viceconti

  • The Role of Technology in the Fight Against Osteoporosis - R. Rizzoli (CH)
  • Clinical Prospectives on Osteoporosis: Bone and Muscle - D. Felsenberg (DE)
  • New Technologies to Predict the Risk of Fracture - F. Taddei (IT)
  • Cell and Tissue Based Simulation of Osteoporosis and Pharmacological Treatment - R. Mller (CH)
  • Tissue-level Imaging for Critical Risk Assessment - B. van Rietbergen (NL)
  • Personalised, Predictive, and Integrative Medicine: Future Scenarios for Osteoporosis - M. Viceconti (IT)

Minisymposium - Growth and Development of the Skeleton
Chairs: R. Lorenc, R. Rizzoli

  • Fetal and Neonatal Determinants of Bone Mineral Accumulation - C. Cooper (UK)
  • Novel Findings in Bone Development - E. Seeman (AU)
  • Celiac Disease and Bone Mass Accumulation Impairment - M.L. Bianchi (IT)

ESCEO Session: Dermatological Side Effects of Antiosteoporosis Medications
Chairs: D. Felsenberg, R. Rizzoli

  • Introduction - J.Y. Reginster (BE)
  • Various aspects of drug-related dermatological lesions - P. Musette (FR)
  • Cutaneous side effects of antiosteoporosis treatments - P. Musette (FR) <
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Contact: N. Akhmisse
info@iofbonehealth.org
International Osteoporosis Foundation
Source:Eurekalert

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