A Zebra Loses Its Stripes: Update on the Diagnosis and Treatment of Systemic Amyloidosis

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September 17th, 2012

What: Continuing Medical Education (CME) Event – “A Zebra Loses Its Stripes: Update on the Diagnosis and Treatment of Systemic Amyloidosis”

Where: Boston University School of Medicine
               Hiebert Lounge, 14th Floor
               72 East Concord Street, Boston, MA

This will be a CME symposium designed to provide an update on the rare systemic amyloid diseases, that include acquired (AL, or immunoglobulin light chain), secondary (AA), and hereditary (AF, familial, transthyretin and others) amyloidosis. The symposium will consist of state of the art lectures and breakout sessions targeted for the practicing internist, primary care doctor, subspecialist, pathologist, and allied nursing and other professionals. The latest information on diagnosis and management of amyloidosis will be provided. Laboratory tours will be arranged.

For more information – including Agenda, Faculty, and Registration information – please visit: http://www.bumc.bu.edu/cme/educational-opportunities/live-meetings/amyloid12/