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Media invitation: The Movement Disorder Society's 7th International Congress

Material presented at this meeting is embargoed until date and time of presentation

Members of the media are invited to attend the 7th International Congress of Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders, November 10-14 in Miami, Florida, USA. The Congress will bring together nearly 2,500 neurologists, basic scientists and other movement specialists from 30 countries, providing an unparallel international forum for the discussion of movement disorders.

Sessions will cover:

  • Updates in genetics, neuroimaging, ground-breaking surgical treatment of movement disorders, and other topics.
  • Clinical and basic aspects of movement disorders.
  • Medical and surgical therapies.
  • Public health issues.

In addition, Ms. Janet Reno is scheduled to speak on perspectives related to research efforts, treatment and management options for Parkinson's disease, during the Opening Ceremony of the Congress on Sunday, November 10.

Members of the media may register without charge for the Congress. A media room with interview space, computers, modem lines, telephones and facsimile services will be available on-site for members of the media.

If you would like a preliminary program, registration form or have questions about the Congress, visit The Movement Disorder Society Web site at www.movementdisorders.org, or contact Jennifer Paap, Director of Meetings, at jpaap@movementdisorders.org or call, +1 414-276-2145.

Please note: The primary purpose of the scientific and educational sessions is for experts to share their work with colleagues. Registered members of the media can gain access to sessions to listen to presentations by showing their Congress Press Badge to ushers. Questions from reporters will not be allowed during meeting presentations; however, presenters will be available to answer
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Contact: Jennifer Paap
jpaap@movementdisorders.org
414-276-2145
The Movement Disorder Society
4-Nov-2002


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