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Kurt F. Bruckmeier, MD, FACP

I wanted to thank you for arranging the amyloidosis presentation for our residents.  I found the didactic information very useful, and Ms. Perez’s discussion was interesting and compelling.  She brought to light one of the things that I discuss frequently with our residents – if you are having trouble with a diagnosis or treatment plan, sometimes it’s best to take a breath, start over, and look at the available information again.  A diagnostic “time out” can be helpful if you are stuck.  I find that true in my practice even after 40 years of doing this.

Radhika Mehta, MD

This integrative presentation about amyloidosis with different speakers involving real patients, trained amyloidosis faculty from dedicated research centers and a visual powerpoint presentation all combined really helped enforce the medical information required to diagnose this condition in our everyday practice. I would recommend it for all residency programs and faculty members – this will greatly help us diagnose amyloidosis more effectively in our day to day practice whether inpatient or outpatient medicine.     

Sami Hamdan, MD MPH

This session was a phenomenal experience which allowed us to combine the patient experience and subject-matter expertise to better train residents on the diagnosis and management of amyloidosis.   

Amardeep Singh, MD

Great educational and informative lecture from video with first hand experience with treatment along with struggles from a knowledgeable source. Brought great depth of knowledge to up and coming residents along with up and coming graduates going into the world to look out for amyloidosis.   

Fatimah O. Bello, MD, MPH

It was a very informative session for residents, and even faculty had stated that they learned a lot. Thank you!

(Attending Physician)

Very informative and educational on this rare disease, especially learning about the new treatments. 

Noella Tamufor, MD

This presentation is an eye opener of the unspecificity of symptoms related to amyloidosis and how I as a provider can easily miss the diagnosis if there is little or no suspicion. Obtaining these through history from the patients, including family history, is also essential.

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