The news last autumn was grim for many medical meetings with a large international component. U.S.-based meeting planners found their overseas attendees and exhibitors dropping out faster than English majors from a high-level chemistry course. Even the American Society for Therapeutic Radiology and Oncology, whose 43rd annual scientific meeting in San Francisco in early November 2001 pulled in 1,375 international participants from 55 foreign countries out of a total attendance of 10,115, ...

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