The Medical Meetings industry, buffeted by terrorist attacks, strict new corporate accounting standards and pharmaceutical regulations, and a recession, has rebounded, according to the Healthcare Convention Exhibitors Association's new study, a 10-year look at trends culled from data on more than 15,000 medical meetings. The healthcare convention industry went from riding high in the '90s, with an average professional attendance per meeting at 1,932 in 1997, to a five-year drop in ...

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