Media invitation - European Society of Cardiology Congress 2004

February 17, 2004

The Annual ESC Congress is Europe's largest medical meeting, receiving more than 25,000 attendees each year.

The ESC Congress 2004 is swiftly approaching and will be held from Saturday 28 August - Wednesday 1 September 2004 in Munich, Germany.

Ensure you pre-register and book your hotel accommodation as soon as possible, so that you can be sure to represent your publication at this major international medical event.

Full press facilities will be available on-site, including a press working room, press conference room, press interview room and extensive press materials. Press ID must be presented upon registration and badge pick-up.

Contact the ESC Press & PR Office on the details above for all information relating to the ESC Congress 2004.
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European Society of Cardiology

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