For medical societies that had meetings planned for fall 2005 or early 2006, the decision to move their meetings from New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina struck was not a difficult one. But now that the city is rebuilding its hotel inventory, reopening its convention center, and even held a scaled-down version of Mardi Gras, planners whose meetings were originally scheduled for further out in 2006 had a tougher call to make. Ken Cammarata, business manager, American Society of Head and Neck ...

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