I WALKED AWAY from this year's CME Congress in Toronto with 35 pages of single-spaced typed notes, a stack of handouts, and a head stuffed to bursting. The ideas, the research, it all was fascinating — and I can't remember the last time I went to a session where the questions were just as interesting as the presentation. And, since I was working on this issue's cover story at the time, I was paying more than the usual attention to the formats used in the various sessions. I have to say that ...

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