IMCAS World Congress 2024

This month in Paris, VirtualiSurg attended the IMCAS World Congress 2024, a significant #medical research conference which offered insight to the latest #academic and industry updates for further progress between aesthetic plastic surgery and dermatology, reinforcing specialty knowledge in each field. This year’s congress topped as its biggest one yet, with a record-breaking 18,648 participants and a thriving #medicalcommunity, which partook in the interactive modules and cutting-edge #advancements in the making.

#innovation #medicalconference #medicine #surgery #dermatology #IMCAS



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