It was an exciting day at the Suzhou International Expo Center, where the 12th Asia-Pacific Congress of Cardiovascular & interventional Radiology (APCCVIR 2016) hosted joint sessions with SIR, CIRSE and WCIO.
I was completely blown away by a presentation from the senior leadership of Galil. Galil has invested 25%-30% of revenues into R&D...
“Best of WCIO” in Buenos Aires continued with sessions on NET and CRC liver metastases, with the universal theme of how and when to prioritize surgery, systemic therapies, and liver-directed therapies. Economic barriers to access to technology was a prevalent concern throughout Latin America.
CIRSE kicked off today under unexpectedly glorious summer-like weather in Glasgow. The exhibition hall is crowded and full of energy. As usual with generalist IR meetings, the IO content is a little dilute though oddly clumped and ranges from very basic to cutting edge. I was happy to see a dedicate
WCIO kicked off its 2014 season of VuMedi webinars yesterday with the first of three programs devoted to percutaneous tumor ablation. This session focused on lung ablation. Over 85 registrants from North America, South America, and Asia participated live. I was excited to see friends from Brazil and