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Diagnosing Amyloidosis: From Cardiology to Neurology – When to Think About Amyloidosis

Dr. J. Mark Sloan, Associate Professor of Medicine, Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine. He is a member of the BU Amyloidosis Center, the Evans Center for Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research at BU, and the program director for the hematology/oncology fellowship at Boston University. In this video, developed exclusively for the Amyloidosis Speakers Bureau, he provides a comprehensive clinical overview of diagnosing amyloidosis, from cardiology to neurology, and when to think about amyloidosis.

AL and ATTR Amyloidosis: Recognition and Diagnosis — The Key to Successful Treatment

Dr. Heather Landau, Associate Attending Physician at Memorial Sloan Kettering, provides a comprehensive clinical overview of amyloidosis. Spanning recognition and diagnosis – the key to successful treatment.

 

Patient Insights: Diagnosis was a huge relief

Have a listen to this brief clip from Sean with thoughts on getting such a devastating diagnosis. Our patient speakers at the Amyloidosis Speakers Bureau are powerful educators and offer compelling insights.

Diagnosed with Amyloidosis

What is it like to hear you have been diagnosed with a rare and incurable disease – a disease you have likely never heard of? What tests did the doctors run, and what symptoms did you have? Have a listen.

 

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