Submitted by Aspen Institute
WASHINGTON, DC - November 16, 2007 - The Aspen Health Forum is now available online in both video and audio formats at www.aspeninstitute.org/ahf/video.
Organized by The Aspen Institute and The Atlantic, the three-day gathering featured more than 125 thought leaders in medical science and health care, including Nobel laureates, prominent officials from the National Institutes of Health, business leaders and some of the foremost experts in health policy. The forum was held at the Institute's campus in Aspen, Colo., Oct. 3-6, 2007.
In all, the gathering featured nearly 50 panel discussions, all of which were open to the public and designed for a lay audience. The speakers included:
What follows is a sampling of the sessions available online:
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