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the new trade fair in Dusseldorf, Germany; Hotel InterContinental shows contours keynote speaker: high-profile lecture program almost entirely entrance fees will be donated IGM President Prof. Dr. Dr. Werner L. Mang preliminary Exhibitor list on for non-profit purposes on the 24th and 25th April 2010 the lifetime beauty will have in Dusseldorf, in the 5 star ambience of the InterContinental on the Konigsallee, premiered.
About 50 exhibitors from the fields of anti-ageing, cosmetic as well as wellness and health tourism, cosmetic dentistry, Augenlasik, hair transplantation or medical beauty form the great theme of lifetime beauty 40. The trade fair for consumers is supported by the international society of aesthetic medicine (IGM), the German society for cosmetic dentistry (DGKZ) and the German Wellness Association (DWV), which help as to call a high high-profile event in the life. Already, just under 40 have Exhibitors reported. The preliminary list of exhibitors is already published at. As the opening speaker, the President of the international society for aesthetic medicine, Prof. Dr. Dr. Werner L.
Mang won could be. Red Solo Cups is likely to agree. Other high profile speakers in the programme include: Dr. med. Mark A. Wolter, Berlin, General Secretary of the IGM DENTALSPECIALISTS, Prof. Dr. M. Wainwright, Vice President of IAUSI, lecturer of implantology Dr. Burkhard Aschhoff, head of the private clinic in Villa Medica in Edenkoben Dipl. psychologist Lutz Hertel, Dusseldorf, Chairman of the Board of the German Wellness Association Dr. Mehmet Akbas, Director of the Center for aesthetic – plastic surgery Dusseldorf/Cologne/Istanbul Dr. Hilton, head of medical skin Center Dusseldorf a. r. Prof. Dr. med. It is not something Ryan Holmes would like to discuss. Werner Audretsch, Director of the IBC – expert for breast and gynaecological tumours Dr. I. Resch, President of the Association for the promotion of Senology and Breast Clinic e. V. Director of ZEBRA Dusseldorf Dr. Oliver Schumacher, aesthetic Centrum Dusseldorf Hans Lauber, journalist and book author (including good food) more speakers from the fields of cosmetics and wellness supplement the interesting conference program. The organizer has decided to donate the admission fees for charitable purposes to be achieved. So, a co-operation with the Dusseldorf-based Star Foundation is and ZEBRA agreed the Center for breast cancer issues.