The first Santa Fe Bone Symposium was held on Saturday, August 5, 2000, at The
Bishop’s Lodge in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The faculty consisted of John Bilezikian,
MD; Mike Lewiecki, MD; Paul Miller, MD; and Nelson Watts, MD. There were 66 participants
and 10 exhibitors. Presentations included “Monitoring of Treatment for the New
Millennium” (Dr. Watts), “Progress and Controversy in Osteoporosis Reporting” (Dr.
Miller), “Hot New Treatment Strategies for Osteoporosis” (Dr. Bilezikian), and
“Blazing New Trails in the Management of Vertebral Fractures” (Dr. Lewiecki). There
was a faculty debate on several controversial topics, with a special appearance
by Leon Lenchick, MD. There were 30 registered for the ISCD bone densitometry course,
which was limited to physicians only.
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