The Anti-Aging Medicine World Congress, organised by Euromedicom, is one of the most important congresses for aesthetic and anti-ageing medicine, and this year’s congress certainly cemented its reputation as a world leader.
Held in Monaco from 3–5 April, this year’s congress was attended by over 9000 people, with popular sessions focusing on evidence-based techniques for botulinum toxin injections, fat injections, rhinoplasty, ageing prevention without hormones, and stress-related disorders.
‘The AMWC was a huge success, with over 9000 delegates coming from 124 countries, 300 speakers, and 250 exhibiting countries,’ said Catherine Decuyper, Founder and President at Euromedicom.
‘The Grimaldi Forum was so crowded! The ambience was very pleasant in the exhibit hall — exhibitors were constantly busy — and the congress rooms were full of studious delegates during the scientific sessions.’
Euromedicom has, for over 12 years, provided a high standard of congress, with an emphasis on the sharing of scientific and evidence-based knowledge, and encouraging healthy debate among attendees.
The portfolio of events organised by Euromedicom also continues to grow, and should not be missed, with AMWC EE, AMAC, AMEC DACH and AMEC Paris still to take place this year.
AMWC 2015 will take place from 26–28 March in the usual place.