In France, breakfast usually consists of cold meats, cheese, and bread, but the California-based staff of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine didn't touch a bite when the group's annual meeting was held there in 1995. The fact that all their breakfast was uneaten and wasted every day dismayed ISMRM director of meetings Cordie Miller and her staff, so Miller approached the convention center caterer, Henri, and explained how wonderful it would be to get some American ...

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