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The NT5C1A Antibody Test and its Role in the Diagnosis of IBM with Kevin Dooley
May 9 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm EDT
Register today to attend this free online video education session! See details below for link to register.
Patient-led online video education session with Kevin Dooley, MD. The NT5C1A antibody testing can be helpful in diagnosing IBM. The uses and limitations of this test will be discussed from his position as an educated patient with IBM. See bio below for details.
When: Wednesday, May 9, 2018, 5PM EDT (4PM Central, 3PM Mountain, 2PM Pacific)
Where: Online using Zoom – Registration Required.
Host: Kevin Dooley, MD
This session will be recorded.
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Kevin Dooley was diagnosed with IBM in 2016.
He is the chairman and author of Cure IBM, a website dedicated to inclusion body myositis.
Kevin is a retired ophthalmologist, with an MD from Harvard Medical School.
He does not have medical training in myositis, and will be discussing antibody testing from his position as an educated patient.
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