Virtual Amyloidosis Symposium Draws Clinicians from Around the World
More than 75 learners from across the U.S. and around the world assembled on ASNC's virtual learning platform for Saturday's Motown Virtual Amyloidosis Symposium-Cardiac Amyloidosis 101 to respond to ASNC's call for collaboration on behalf of cardiac amyloidosis patients, whose condition has been misunderstood and too often misdiagnosed.
This first installment of the two-part Motown symposium addressed key questions about early identification, genetic testing and family screening as well correct diagnostic approaches leading to medical and transplantation treatment options.
"The attendees enthusiastically answered our call for collaboration. Such great participation and interaction," said Program Director Karthik Ananthasubramaniam, MD, FASNC. "Now, we're ready to tackle multimodality imaging. Join us on Aug. 29 for part 2 — case discussions on how to use technology for diagnosis."
Part 2, "Multimodality Imaging in Diagnosis of Cardiac Amyloidosis: Case-based Review," will convene virtually on Saturday, Aug. 29, from 10:00 AM to noon (ET). Participants can earn 2 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for this session.
ASNC members are invited to attend On the Road virtual programs at no charge. REGISTER TODAY.
COMING SOON: ASNC's will host a virtual Cardiac Amyloidosis On the Road program in the Southwest on Oct. 24 and in the Southeast on Oct. 31.