The ObG Project is pleased to bring you the latest information on Minimally Invasive Surgery Week and the SLS Annual Meeting, which is organized by the Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons. What’s special about this meeting? It brings together many of the top MIS societies, to share knowledge on all things related to gynecologic minimally invasive surgical techniques. Essentially our top gyn surgeons, all in one place.
Hilton San Francisco Union Square
333 O’Farrell St.
San Francisco, CA 94102
BART rapid rail is a fast and easy way to travel into the city from the San Francisco or Oakland international airports.
San Francisco has given the world many culinary treats, from the classic fish stew called cioppini, to oyster cocktails, sourdough bread, and Ghirardelli chocolate. The Bay area is also where California cuisine came to life – beautifully presented food made with farm-fresh local ingredients, health-conscious and innovative, fusing together a variety of delicious influences, and constantly evolving.
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