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Cardiac Sarcoidosis Symposium
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 Export to Your Calendar 06/11/2019
When: Wednesday, November 6, 2019
9:00 AM
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Royal Society of Medicine 1
Wimpole Street
London W1G 0AE
United Kingdom
Contact: Kshama Wechalekar

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Cardiac sarcoidosis is a condition that has gained a growing interest in recent years, from a wide range of professionals including respiratory
physicians, cardiologists, nurses and scientists.
Cardiac Sarcoidosis Symposium This symposium will showcase the latest research and clinical guidelines on cardiac sarcoidosis, with an emphasis
on the multidisciplinary approach, in combination with clinical information and various imaging modalities.
Our expert speakers will focus on the clinical diagnosis, management and prognosis of cardiac sarcoidosis – both from a cardiac and a respiratory perspective.

Registration fee:
£200 for consultants
£150 for trainees, nurses, students

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