Letter from the President of WFITN

@article{Pult2015LetterFT,
  title={Letter from the President of WFITN},
  author={Frauke Pult and A Broeg and Jan Gralla},
  journal={Interventional Neuroradiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={21},
  pages={3 - 3}
}
For the first time since its creation, the WFITN holds its congress in Australia. A distant country for most of us, but a country that has showed will, energy and enthusiasm to welcome us for the most important meeting of our Federation. What a symbol of the wide spread interest in this speciality, and of the importance of a young branch of the neurosciences! Australia furthermore allows us to celebrate in Gold Coast the 25th anniversary of our Federation, in a city so far away from its… 

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