1st International Symposium on Deuterium Depletion 13-14 May 2010 in Budapest, Hungary
1st International Symposium on Deuterium Depletion was held on 13-14 May 2010 in Budapest, Hungary. The conference programme focused on the advances in the research and clinical application of deuterium depletion, its present and future role in anticancer research and oncotherapy, diabetes research and anti-aging. The conference`s goal was to provide a scientific forum for all stakeholders of this new field of science and enable the interactive exchange of state-of-the-art knowledge. The conference focused on the evidence-based benefits of deuterium depletion, confirmed its significant antitumor effect, and suggested its application in other indication fields.
At the 1st International Symposium on Deuterium Depletion leading scientists from five countries (Hungary, Romania, USA, Russia, Iran) presented and discussed current advances in the research and various application of deuterium depletion. New scientific evidences that support the efficacy of deuterium depleted substances were conferred. Further to its scientific content, 1st International Symposium on Deuterium Depletion was a networking event, a unique opportunity to meet all the stakeholders of deuterium depletion. It was a good opportunity to meet those who influenced the past, influence the present and most importantly will enable the future of deuterium depletion by means of basic and applied research or clinical trials. Initiation of cross-boarder co-operations between scientists and institutions was also facilitated during the conference. For further information on the conference, please contact the organizing secretariat.