WHAT: The Society of Interventional Radiology's Annual Scientific Meeting, the world's most comprehensive meeting dedicated to research that directly benefits patients with image-guided, minimally invasive medicine, attracts nearly 5,300 doctors, scientists and allied health professionals. This year, SIR 2014 scientific sessions will cover many new technologies and treatments, including prostatic artery embolization, renal denervation, robotics and ablative cancer therapies.
An SIR news conference will focus on studies that benefit individuals with vertebral fractures, enlarged prostates, breast cancer and treatment anxiety. Additionally, there are scientific studies that show promise for individuals on dialysis and those who have lung cancer, deep vein thrombosis/post-thrombotic syndrome and peripheral arterial disease. Visit the SIR 2014 online newsroom for additional information.
WHEN: Meeting dates: Saturday, March 22Thursday, March 27
Press conference: Monday, March 24, 9-10:30 a.m. (Pacific)
WHERE:San Diego Convention Center: News conference room: 15A; news room, 15B
|Contact: Ellen Acconcia|
Society of Interventional Radiology