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  • It is with great sadness that we inform you of our decision to postpone once again the next DEF seminar devoted to the vascular wall, angiogenesis and their pathologies.

    Until recently, we expected to be able to ensure the holding of the congress as we have been telling you regularly lately. Unfortunately, the instability of the health situation linked to the variants, the persistent travel difficulties reported for both the speakers and the participants made us listen to reason and realize that organizing the seminar in October 2021 as planned remained a utopia fraught with major difficulties.

    In agreement with the guest speakers, who all renewed their interest in participating and have confirmed their attendance, we have therefore decided to postpone the DEF for one year: it will therefore be held at Hôpital Foch like the previous sessions on October 17 and 18, 2022. This long delay will in theory give time to the epidemic to dry up, and will allow, at least we hope, a return to a normal life with the possibility of meeting all of us face to face according to the very spirit of this seminar in which you have always expressed your interest.
    So thank you for your understanding. Thank you for your faithfulness.
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