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scientific conferences for dyautonomia?


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I am wondering if there are ever scientific conferences for dysautonomia. I have attended such conferences for Lyme where researchers and docs present their newest knowledge to one another and lay people are also allowed to attend. At the Lyme conferences that I attended I was able to introduce myself to docs/ researchers and ask very specific questions. You can learn things that sometimes you can't find in print. Anyway- just curious. . .

Beverly

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You can check here:

http://www.americanautonomicsociety.org/

also, NDRF has held 2 conferences--I attended the 2nd one. They have video tapes of the first one, which are available for purchase. www.ndrf.org

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Hopefully there will be conferences again. I would love to attend a weekend conference so I could soak up lots of information, buy a tee shirt and mingle with all my dinet friends!

tearose

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The conference tapes are available directly from NDRF for 24.95 plus shipping:

https://www.ndrf.org/ssl/ndrf_reforders.htm

Nina

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The American Autonomic Society is having an "International Symposium on the

Autonomic Nervous System" next October 6-9th in Los Cabos, Mexico. I don't know how much of that is on dysautonomia or who can attend.

Here's the contact info:

16th International Symposium on the

Autonomic Nervous System

The Westin Resort & Spa Los Cabos

Los Cabos, Mexico

October 6-9, 2005

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:

Horacio Kaufmann, M.D. (President)

Italo Biaggioni, M.D. (Secretary-Treasurer)

Sue Paxton

Anita Zeller

Sponsored by the American Autonomic Society

FOR INFORMATION CONTACT:

Anita Zeller

AAS Executive Secretary

18915 Inca Ave

Lakeville, MN 55044

Phone: 952-469-5837

Fax: 952-469-8424

E-mail: zeller.anita@mayo.edu

Web Site: www.americanautonomicsociety.org

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