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    by John Bennett MD

    These are exciting times in medicine, thanks to platforms like Google Hangouts.  This platform is like have a TV station on your desktop, and you can assemble amazing contentand present it to the worldwide WEB!

    We have assembled the content of a great cast of presentors, for our “1St Annual Neurosurgical.TV Online Conference”.  The topic is “Brain Tumors”.  .There will be presentations from Neurosurgeons from Canada, USA, Mexico, Ecuador, Brazil, Colombia, Argentina, Belguim, South Africa, Russia, Iraq, and India.See the below promotional video that shows the speakers, topics and the time.

    See also a link of the Presentations.  It takes place this weekend all on www.Neurosurgical.TV, Saturday, 7 a.m. to 10 pm, and Sunday, 7 a.m. to 10 pm.There will be presentations from Neurosurgeons from Canada, USA, Mexico, Ecuador, Brazil, Colombia, Argentina, Belguim, South Africa, Russia, Iraq, and India.

    There will be a Tweet Board, next to the Video screen, to allow for questions/comments at the appropriate times.

     

     

     
     

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