8th International Symposium on Brain Death
In addition to the benefits of a multidisciplinary conference with world experts, the 8th International Symposium on Brain Death is held in Havana, Cuba. The weather was beautiful and so was the city. Rather than post my own picture, I post one by American impressionist painter Childe Hassam. This is the Paseo del Prado. Little has changed there in 100 years.
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