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London Breast Meeting 8.-10.9.2016: Evidence, Standards and Controversies in Aesthetic and Reconstructive Breast Surgery

London Breast Meeting 8.-10.9.2016: Evidence, Standards and Controversies in Aesthetic and Reconstructive Breast Surgery

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Evidence, Standards and Controversies in Aesthetic and Reconstructive Breast Surgery

Royal College of Physicians, London

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Discounted rate ends in just 2 weeks
There are now just two weeks until the early booking rate finishes for London Breast Meeting, so now is a great time to secure your place.

The London Breast Meeting has quickly become an essential meeting in the academic diary, and the previous two meetings have been sold out. The 2016 meeting will focus on the evidence, standards and controversies in aesthetic and reconstructive breast surgery.

Highlights of this year’s programme will include:

  • Breast cancer: risk reducing surgery, optimal strategies in mastectomy, breast conservation.
  • Immediate breast reconstruction: when and why we should say no
  • Strategies in autologous breast reconstruction
  • Tips and tricks in specific surgical procedures
  • Reshaping the ptotic breast
  • Reshaping the chest in massive weight loss patients
  • Aesthetic surgery in transsexual patients
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We are delighted to confirm the following international Faculty:

William P. Adams Jr, USA, Chris Andree, Germany, Claudio Angrigiani, Argentina, Michael Atlan, France, Suhan Ayhan, Turkey, Hilton Becker, USA, Philip Blondeel, Belgium, Giuseppe Catanuto, Italy, Roy de Vita, Italy, Giorgio di Santi, Italy, Roy de Vita, Italy, Gregory Evans, USA, Fazel Fatah, UK, Allen Gabriel, USA, Gunther Gruber, Switzerland, Eyal Gur, Israel, Moustapha Hamdi, Belgium, Mark Harries, UK, Per Hedén, Sweden, Nicolas Leymarie, France, Frank Lista, Canada, Babak Mehrara, USA, Nigel Mercer, UK, Gemma Pons, Spain, Stefano Pompei, Italy, Alberto Rancati, Argentina, Venkat Ramakrishnan, UK, Thomas Schoeller, Germany, Jan Schumacher, UK, David Song, USA, Sinikka Suominen, Finland, Christoph Tausch, Switzerland, Patrick Tonnard, Belgium, Koenraad van Landuyt, Belgium

 


Best case, best save abstract
 


Attendees will be invited to submit their ‘best case, best save’ cases for presentation at the meeting. The winner will be nominated by the audience and awarded a prize and certificate. 

To apply, please send your abstract to Lisa Freeman: lisa.freeman@markallengroup.com by 1st August 2016

We will confirm shortly afterwards if you have been accepted


Places will be limited so book early

Yours Sincerely,

Jian Farhadi & Jaume Masia, Conference Chairs

To book call us on + 44(0)20 7501 6762 or book online at:
www.londonbreastmeeting.com