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

li>Discussion - All Faculty (Moderator D. Felsenberg)
  • Conclusions - R. Rizzoli (CH)

    ESCEO Session: Management of Osteoporosis in the Very Elderly
    Chairs: J. Goldhahn, R. Rizzoli

    • Welcome - J.Y. Reginster (BE)
    • Specificity of the Management of Elderly Subjects -B. Vellas (FR)
    • Outcomes of the ESCEO Working Group - R. Rizzoli (CH)
    • Discussion - All Faculty (Moderator - J. Goldhahn)
    • Adjournment - R. Rizzoli (CH)

    ESCEO Session: Subtrochanteric Fractures After Long-Term Use of Bisphosphonates
    Speakers to be announced

    ESCEO-GREES Roundtable - Relationship between Pharmaceutical Industry and Academic Scientists: Suggestions for a New Code of Conduct
    Chairs: M.E. Abadie, J.Y. Reginster

    • Introduction - B. Flamion (BE)
    • Background: The European Perspective - B. Flamion (BE)
    • Background: The US Perspective - C. Rosen (US)
    • Rights and Duties of Academic Scientists - R. Rizzoli (CH)
    • Conflicts of Interest or Competing Interests - J.A. Kanis (UK)
    • Ghost Authors - O. Bruyre (BE)
    • Staff and Student Education - N. Goel (US)
    • Conclusion - B. Flamion (BE)

    Symposium on behalf of FIRMO, SIMG, SIOMMMS and SIOT under the auspices of ESCEO - Fragility Fractures: The Italian Effort for the Recognition of the Problem
    Chairs: S. Adami, R. Nuti

    • Introduction - M.L. Brandi (IT)
    • The Italian Registry of Fragility Fractures - S. Ortolani (IT)
    • The Novel Diagnosis of Fragility Fractures - U. Tarantino (IT)
    • The Levels of Prevention - S. Minisola (IT)
    • The FRAX Algorithm and the General Practitioner - C. Cricelli (IT)
      In addition, there will be 12 informative industry-sponsored satellite symposia.

    Visit the Congress website http://www.iofwco-ecceo10.org for the complete scientific programme and further information. Online registration will be available as of November 23, 2009'/>"/>


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    info@iofbonehealth.org
    International Osteoporosis Foundation
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