Since the terrorist attacks of September 11, there's been a sea change in people's priorities: They're seeking a more even balance between work and their personal lives. At the same time, people have begun to look ahead, to get on with their lives, to get “back to business,” and perhaps most important, to laugh again. So when medical meeting planners look to book speakers for their organizations' events, they'd be well-advised to consider those who can ...

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