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N ew sle tte r to E ur op ea n H ea lth L ib ra ria ns N ew sle tte r to E ur op ea n H ea lth L ib ra ria ns The production of this Newsletter was made possible by the generous support of: � EBSCO INFORMATION SERVICES, Aalsmeer, The Netherlands � EMBASE � Ovid Technologies � Thieme Verlag � BioMed Central � Swets Information Services � Bentham Science European Association for Health Information and Libraries November 2004 �� No 69 organized excursion to the Altamira caves, known as the Sistine Chapel of Paleolithic Art and Santillana del Mar, a beautiful medieval town, was also enjoyed by many participants. I thought the Altamira caves museum was one of the finest interactive displays to be seen anywhere in the world, while the reproduction of the original caves, created in order to preserve the delicate paintings there, was superb. The location of the conference hotel with so many hotels within walking distance was ideal for everyone. One couldn't walk around without bumping into fellow participants, which gave it a feeling of a holiday village. My grateful thanks to Fanny and her team for providing such a memorable conference: however I now leave it to others in this newsletter to enlarge on their impressions regarding the 9th EAHIL conference in Santander, Spain. My thanks to Suzanne Bakker and Éva Orbán for providing the excellent photos from Santander. This is the last EAHIL newsletter issue of this year and the first year of its printing in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. The aim was to reduce the printing costs and to make the Newsletter self-sufficient and I have managed to cut the cost by 50%. So far the cost of the three issues has amounted to €4,406.90 assuring that the final sum for printing the newsletter will be under €6000 for 2004. The cost of mailing the Newsletter continues to be sponsored by EBSCO. Advertising in the Newsletter has always been a good source of income and this is organised by Suzanne Bakker. The theme issues t

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