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Sixth National Forum on Biomedical Imaging in Oncology

April 7-8, 2005

Bethesda, Maryland

The National Forum on Biomedical Imaging in Oncology (NFBIO) was created to facilitate partnerships with the imaging industry and government agencies to address new biomedical opportunities and challenges in oncology. It focuses on the scientific and technological issues in emerging imaging technologies and the regulatory, coverage, and reimbursement issues for more developed and established technologies. The NFBIO fosters the advancement of more accessible and accurate imaging technology and movement of interventions into the clinic. This year's program on quantitative oncologic imaging is of major interest and importance to clinicians, clinical investigators, imaging equipment manufacturers, developers of new cancer chemotherapeutic agents, image processing scientists, regulatory personnel, and CROs.

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