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  • Time Out

    Neurosurgeons work and worry more than most professionals. It is difficult for them to plan an Annual Meeting with some time out for relaxation and fun. The early CNS leaders attempted to protect neurosurgeons from themselves by avoiding over programming, scheduling some social and recreational relief, and offering interesting post meeting travel opportunities. Battles were fought successfully over this principle, but the war is not yet won.

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