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Session Recording from PHA's 2010 9th International PH Conference

Early/Mild PH

June 27, 2010 

This session will discuss both newly diagnosed mild PAH and improved PAH on existent therapy. Evidence for prevention and treatment will be highlighted.

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Presenter Information

-Hap Farber, MD, Boston University, Boston, Mass., chair
-Ioana Preston, MD, Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, Mass.
-Melisa Wilson, ARNP, ACNP-BC, Orlando Heart Center, Orlando, Fla.
-David Badesch, MD, University of Colorado Denver, Denver, Colo.


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