The CONy 2018 Co-Chairpersons, Amos Korczyn and Jaroslaw Slawek, are proud to announce that the 12th World Congress on Controversies in Neurology (CONy) will take place in Warsaw, Poland on March 22-25, 2018.
In recent years the field of neurology has witnessed enormous growth in clinical and basic data. Conferences are more informative but there is often only limited time for thorough discussions. Consequently a gap appears between the expansion of knowledge and its dissemination and use. CONy provides a platform for international experts to discuss and compare experiences.
The core of the CONy Congress are the debates which enable participants to discuss unresolved issues with leading world experts. The Congress aims to provide the most recent data armouring the clinician with reliable, up-to-date scientific information, helping in everyday patient care.
Content produced and shared with kind authorisation of the 12th World Congress on Controversies in Neurology (CONy 2018).
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