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Cleveland Clinic Physicians to Present at Medical Conference in Panama, July 11-12
Date:7/7/2008

Seventh Annual Joint Conference With Centro Medical Paitilla to Focus on

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CLEVELAND, July 7 /PRNewswire/ -- A group of physicians from Cleveland Clinic will travel to Panama in mid July to present at the seventh annual Joint Cleveland Clinic - Centro Medico Paitilla Scientific Meeting. The subject of this year's conference is the Central Nervous System: Benign and Malignant Tumors.

The conference takes place July 11-12 at the Sheraton Hotel in Panama City, Panama. More than 300 medical professionals including neurologists, neurosurgeons, radiation oncologists, spinal surgeons, nurses and insurance representatives are expected to attend the annual conference.

"Cleveland Clinic is proud to participate is this highly regarded conference which every year provides our physicians with the opportunity to share the latest in medical research and clinical practice with medical professionals in Panama and neighboring Central American countries," said Atul Mehta, M.D., Director of the Center for International Medical Education at Cleveland Clinic. "Medical education, in addition to research and state-of-the-art clinical care, is at the core of Cleveland Clinic's mission. By participating in conferences like this, we strive to benefit patients worldwide."

The Cleveland Clinic physicians presenting at the conference are: Lilyana Angelov, M.D., Section Head of Spinal Radiosurgery and Director the Clinic's Brain Tumor Institute's Central Nervous System Lymphoma Program at the Clinic; John Suh, M.D., Chairman of the Clinic's Department of Radiation Oncology; and Edward Benzel, M.D., Chairman of the Department of Neurological Surgery and Director of the Center for Spine Health, also at Cleveland Clinic.

Founded in 1975, Centro Medico Paitilla, in Panama City, Panama, is a private healthcare facility of tertiary care, best known for its Intensive Care Unit for adults and neonates, and its Oncology C
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