The third and final day of the SLEEP 2010 scientific program is now underway. With the final plenary session wrapping up, there are still another four rounds of oral presentations, two more workshops and symposia sessions.
SLEEP 2010 will conclude this afternoon at 4:45 p.m. Central Time.
Look for more abstract analysis throughout the day on this blog. And follow our tweets from San Antonio at twitter.com/aasmorg
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