Cardiology, Diabetes & Nephrology at the Limits Brazil
Cardiology, Diabetes & Nephrology at the Limits Brazil
Thursday 21st & Friday 22nd October 2021
A Virtual Meeting
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PolyPill or Precision Medicine – is there room for both?
Professor Borja Ibanez
CNIC, Madrid, Spain

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Cardiac Amyloidosis: Evolving Diagnosis and Management
Professor Perry Elliott
University College London, UK

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Can we prevent today’s cancer patient from being tomorrow’s heart failure patient?
Professor Malcolm Walker
University College London, UK

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Management of anemia in chronic kidney disease: time to challenge the limits?
Professor Roberto Pecoits-Filho
Pontifical Catholic University of Parana, Curtiba, Brazil;
Arbor Research Collaborative for Health, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA

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New strategies to mitigate the residual vascular risk in diabetes
Dr Alberto Lorenzatti
Fundación Rusculleda, Córdoba, Argentina

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HIV as a cardiovascular risk factor
Professor Mpiko Ntsekhe
University of Cape Town, South Africa

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The role of autoimmune renal disease and its treatment in cardiovascular disease
Professor Alan Salama
Centre for Nephrology, University College London, UK

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Can we conciliate the glucocentric, adipocentric and cardiocentric views with modern approaches to type 2 diabetes?
Professor Bruno Geloneze
University of Campinas, Brazil
Three decades of changes in the burden of cardiovascular disease in Latin America
Professor Paulo Lotufo
University of São Paulo, Brazil

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COVID-19 and the heart – what have we learnt?
Professor Otavio Berwanger
Director of the Academic Research Organization at
Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein, São Paulo, Brazil

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Support

The fixed costs of the meeting (Venue hire, AV, food & beverage, speaker fees etc.) are underwritten by Pharmaceutical Industry. The 2021 supporters of this event are here.