February 17-18, 2007, Society of Nuclear Medicine (SNM) Mid-Winter Educational Symposium Location: Hyatt Regency San Antonio, TX Phone: (703) 708-9000 * E-mail: meetinginfo@snm.
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SENM stands for Society of Nuclear Medicine
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The proposed shutdown could have proved devastating, not only to research but also to medicine, points out Michael Welch, past president of the New York City-based Society of Nuclear Medicine and a researcher at Washington University Medical School in St.