Media alert: Register now for the largest obesity conference in North America

June 15, 2006

NAASO, The Obesity Society, welcomes you to join us for the 2006 Annual Scientific Meeting, October 20-24, 2006, in Boston, Massachusetts. You're invited to attend the largest conference in North America focusing on obesity research and treatment to meet with key thought leaders, scientists, physicians and other health care professionals.

WHO: NAASO, The Obesity Society
WHAT: 2006 Annual Scientific Meeting
WHEN: October 20-24, 2006
WHERE: Hynes Convention Center, Boston, Massachusetts
WHY: The Obesity Society's Annual Scientific Meeting is the largest gathering of influential obesity experts in North America. World-renowned leaders will present up-to-the-minute basic, clinical, and epidemiological research on hot topics such as: Media registration for the meeting is complimentary. Please visit www.naaso.org/annualmeeting06/media.asp to download the Advance Program and the Media Registration Form.

We look forward to seeing you in Boston! If you have any questions, please contact Aislinn Raedy at aislinnr@naaso.org or 301-563-6526.
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NAASO, The Obesity Society, is the leading scientific society dedicated to the study of obesity. The Obesity Society is committed to encouraging research on the causes, treatment, and prevention of obesity as well as to keeping the scientific community and public informed of new advances in the field. For more information, please visit www.naaso.org.

NAASO, The Obesity Society

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