Wow, last week I went on a minor rant using salt sensitivity as an exemplar, and look what showed up in my mail this morning! Expert Access--Salt Sensitivity & Hypertension
Join us on, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2005 , for AACC's Expert Access Live Online!!
On February 8, 1:00–2:00 pm Eastern time, Robin Felder, PhD, from the Medical Automation Research Center and the University of Virginia Health Systems, will answer your questions concerning GENETIC TESTS FOR SUSCEPTIBILITY TO CHRONIC DISEASE; A FOCUS ON HYPERTENSION AND SALT SENSITIVITY Log on NOW to view the presentation and ask a question. Log on and you will:
Understand the mechanisms behind the phenotypic expression of hypertension and salt sensitivity.
Learn about the genetic variants that are thought to be responsible for these diseases.
Be able to identify which gene variants will have diagnostic utility in the clinical setting.
Find out how epidemiologic data has led to the current understanding of disease prevalence among ethnic groups.
To learn more about this fascinating topic, go to http://www.aacc.org/access/
and click on “Enter this month’s program to view Dr. Felder’s highly informative presentation. On February 8, between 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. Eastern time, our online expert will be awaiting your questions. If you prefer, you can submit your question now and check back for his answer at your convenience. Please Note:
* There is no audio component to this program; the interactive portion is the Q&A dialogue.
* You will need Microsoft Internet Explorer to properly view the program. Sorry, OT
* The program is free.
* You do not need to register for the program.
* The program is not certified for continuing education credits.
AACC would like to thank Bayer HealthCare Diagnostics for their support of Expert Access Live Online.
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