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The best of WCIO, Buenos Aires; Argentina 2014  is the first meeting on interventional oncology to take place in Latin America, based on a multidisciplinary program addressed to 400 professionals dedicated to treating oncologic patients.
This meeting offers a unique opportunity as it provides a revision of different oncologic diseases, combining the latest therapeutic, interventional and surgical options through multiple disciplines.

It is specifically designed to meet the educational needs of:
- Interventional radiologists
- Oncologists
- Hepatologists
- Specialists in Transplantation
- Gastroenterologists
- Urologists
- Fellows

Congress Venue
San Martín 1225
Buenos Aires – Argentina
Tel.: (54-11)4318-9000

Official Language
The congress official language is English. Simultaneous translation to Spanish will be provided.

Certificate of Attendance
A personalized certificate of attendance will be provided for all registered delegates.

Official Invitation
The Organizing Committee will send an invitation to participate in the congress upon request. Such invitation is intended to facilitate delegate’s travel and visa arrangements and does not imply any commitment on the part of the organizers to provide financial support.

Passports and Visas
All foreign visitors entering Argentina must present valid passports or other internationally recognized travel documents. It is recommended that delegates find out, from the nearest Argentine embassy or consulate in their countries, the requirements for visas and custom regulations.

The weather in Buenos Aires in October is fairly warm at midday and in the early afternoon, with pleasant mornings and evenings. The temperature ranges between 15 ºC and 25 °C.

Currency – Credit Cards
The National Monetary Unit of Argentina is the Peso. Exchange facilities are available at the airport, major hotels and exchange agencies. Credit cards (VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS, DINERS) and American dollars, are accepted at most hotels, restaurants and shopping malls. Tips at restaurants are usually between 10% and 15%.

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