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The automimmune focused continuing education programs offered below are presented by a range of experts. Those noted are P.A.C.E. accredited, which is widely recognized in the clinical laboratory profession and can be used to fulfill most continuing education requirements.
This pre-recorded webinar by Dr. Alessio Fasano and Dr. Stefano Guandalini, will present an update of the current understanding of the three main forms of reactions to wheat and its by-products.
Overview: Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is the second most common autoimmune disease. Early diagnosis and intervention is critical to avoid permanent damage. Presented by Dr. Teresa Tarrant.
This customer case presented by Dr. Ifor Williams, illustrates the challenges faced by Emory University and the implemented solution for testing ANAs, dsDNA, and ENAs to enable the accurate diagnosis of connective tissue diseases.
This customer case presented by Dr. James Peele, highlights the challenges faced by Jacksonville Baptist Medical Center and the implemented solution for testing ANAs, dsDNA, and ENAs, to enable the accurate diagnosis of connective tissue diseases.
This talk provided the latest evidence-based international consensus for testing for ANCA-associated vasculitis. Presented by Dr. Elena Csernok.