Message from the World Union of Wound Healing Societies

Folks: 

This message was just sent to me by Professors Harii and Karikawa, President and Scientific Sessions Chairs of the WUWHS (respectively). I was asked to share this with you regarding Next Year's symposium in Yokohama, Japan. Enjoy. Cheers, -DGA
RE: WUWHS2012, September 2nd-6th, 2012, Yokohama, Japan
NOTICE: Abstract (Free paper) submission postponed until January 17, 2012, at noon. (JST: GMT+9)
We would very much appreciate your kind cooperation to encourage your colleagues, co-workers and health professionals at your institution to submit abstracts for free papers and register to the congress.
 
This is the announcement for the free paper submission and please note that your own assignment and abstract submission will be informed early next year.
Thank you very much for your continuous kind support and cooperation as Captains and Planners of the Streams, in 
regard to the WUWHS2012.  We are pleased to inform you that the planning 
and organization for this meeting is proceeding smoothly and we are in 
a good position with an excellent scientific program that includes 
many symposia, panel sessions and special lectures involving many 
distinguished international lecturers.
 
However, due to circumstances beyond the control of the congress 
organizers, specifically the disasters of the earthquake and tsunami 
and associated nuclear plant accident, along with the rise of the yen, 
we are afraid that many overseas members may still be hesitating before 
deciding to attend the WUWHS Congress, Sept. 2-6, 2012, in Yokohama.
 
Therefore we have extended the deadline for submission of Abstracts 
from December, 20, 2011 to January, 17, 2012, and we strongly urge you 
to encourage your colleagues to submit their papers and come to 
Yokohama.  
http://www.wuwhs2012.com/
 
Recovery following the disasters is proceeding very well and 
I am sure that all attending the meeting in the beautiful bayside city 
of Yokohama will not only find a scientific meeting of great 
importance but also have an enjoyable time with unsurpassed Japanese 
hospitality.
 
We look forwards to seeing you in Yokohama.
 
Kiyonori Harii, MD., Congress President
Shigehiko Kawakami, MD., Chair, Scientific program Committee
 

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