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May 27, 2008


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I always find it most interesting these "key messages" that come out of conferences. If there were any strong objections, would they have even been heard? I doubt it. And the conference was so disorganized that attendees, much less the people writing the statement, found it hard to find and listen to the talks they were interested in. Too many parallel sessions with conflicting talks!

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