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We will offer you a veritable scientific feast of expert speakers, practice-oriented and clinically relevant topics and a greater tilt towards delegate participation during the deliberations. International speakers include Prof. Parsad, Prof. Passeron, Dr. Hamzavi, Dr. Khaled, Prof. Laila, Dr. Gauthier, Dr. Tag Anbar, Dr. Caroline, Dr. Korobko, VRF CEO Yan Valle and many others.
When: November 28-30, 2014
Where: Amritsar, India
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- What's better: laser or phototherapy?
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