It's our birthday

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Welcome to the October issue of OTE and the second anniversary edition of our magazine. Two years ago this month saw the first issue of OTE hit desks across Europe.

On that note, I was pleased to meet with some of you during the recent ESCRS congress in Stockholm. Thank you so much to those of you who took the time to stop by and visit us and to tell us what you think of our magazine. It really did mean a lot to me. My only regret is that I did not have enough time to spend with you during the event because I was working with our team of writers to cover daily news from the congress. In this issue we show you just some of the highlights from the annual meeting, however, OTE's full coverage of the ESCRS congress can be accessed by visiting http://www.oteurope.com/.

Thank you once again for your very kind support of OTE over the past two years. It has been my pleasure to work with you and I look forward to continued successes.

Fedra Pavlou
Editor
fpavlou@advanstar.com

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