Dear colleagues,

ICE 2020 will be a worldwide event, gathering more than 5,000 delegates and leaders from different endocrinology fields, becoming an excellent opportunity for best-practice exchanges between colleagues.

Bringing together the leading experts, researchers and the most respected clinicians, ICE 2020 will represent a convergence of practice and science that will highlight and reflect the latest advances in the field.

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Abstract submissions are opening early next year. Start compiling your latest research and contribute to the development of science and endocrinology practice. See the #ICE2020 Main Topics here: ice-2020.com/programme/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Trivia solution:
Diabetes insipidus is a disease characterised by the passage of large volumes (>3L/24hrs) of dilute urine (osmolality <300 mOsmol/Kg).
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The #ICE2020 programme is focused on highly relevant and significant themes in the field of endocrinology. You can look forward to topics such as Artificial Intelligence and Big Data as well as its impact on health and human diseases, childhood obesity and diabetes, transgender medicine, new approaches to menopausal symptoms, and other controversial topics in #endocrinology. Browse the list of main topics here: ice-2020.com/programme/ ... See MoreSee Less

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#TriviaTuesday: What is Diabetes insipidus characterised by? Leave your answer in the comments below! ... See MoreSee Less

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Construction of the Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires’s opulent French style opera house, took nearly 20 years. Delays included financial setbacks, squabbles over the location, and the deaths of two of its architects (one of whom was murdered by his wife’s lover). Today, the Teatro Colón is considered one of the top five opera houses in the world. Its acoustics are so good that Luciano Pavarotti once said the only design flaw is the structure's ability to reveal a singer’s every mistake.
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Learn more about the city here: ice-2020.com/travel-information/about-buenos-aires/
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Buenos Aires is a city rich in history, architecture and culture. You will gain a deep and enjoyable understanding of this ever-changing city of contrast, from its founding to its current day. Buenos Aires is undoubtedly the Latin American city that best resembles the cosmopolitan and aristocratic atmosphere of European capitals.