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The clinical outcomes panel discussion session from ISTS 2014, held in Oxford this September, is now available to view on Youtube.

The clinical outcomes panel discussion session from the International Scientific Tendinopathy Symposium - New Approaches to Tendon Therapeutics, held in Oxford this September is now available to view on Youtube.

The event brought together an unprecedented mix of excellent basic and translational science and the finest clinical expertise, featuring twelve international plenary speakers, along with open papers and poster sessions. The Symposium was co-chaired by NDORMS Head of Department Professor Andrew Carr, Associate Professor Philippa Hulley, also of NDORMS and Associate Professor Mark Thompson, of the Institute of Biomedical Engineering, Oxford.

For the first time in its three-edition history, the meeting was co-sponsored by the International Symposium on Ligaments and Tendons, while the commercial sponsors are the British Journal of Sports Medicine (BJSM), UTC Imaging BV, TRB Chemedica, Biomet, Mathys, RegenLab and Bose.

Abstracts from the meeting accepted for publication in BJSM are available on their website

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