2012 Midwest Regional Brain Tumor Conference
Hope, Innovation, Progress, Support:
The 2012 Midwest Regional Brain Tumor Conference
Oct 27, 2011 8:00 am, Meridian Conference Center, West Chester, Ohio
- Optimizing Health & Healing – Josefa Rangel, MD
- What’s New in Radiation – John Breneman, MD
- Advances in Brain Tumor Surgery – Christopher McPherson, MD
- Future of Brain Tumor Care – Richard Curry, MD
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