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2019 TREAT-NMD Conference
The 2019 TREAT-NMD Conference is taking place in Leiden, The Netherlands, from 9th to 11th December. The conference will attract over 300 delegates including academics, patients and carers, patient advocacy organisations, clinical specialists and Industry. Delegates will have the opportunity to:
- Network with partners on key issues and challenges in neuromuscular disease
- Engage with panels of international experts who will inform, stimulate and challenge debate
- Acquire the latest updates on standards of care, outcome measures, patient reviews, and new developments including addressing trial site capacity
If you wish to display a poster at the conference the deadline for abstract submissions has been extended to 10th October.
To find out more about the conference and to register please go to the dedicated conference website https://treat-nmd-conference.org/
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