February live discussion: understanding auto-antibodies

This Live Discussion will be 12PM/NOON for us in Mountain time zone!
February 11, 2014
Understanding Auto-antibodies
Live Discussion
Dr. Mark Gourley will answer questions about Understanding Auto-antibodies Tuesday, Feb. 11, at 2pm ET.

Ever since the discovery of myositis-specific and myositis-associated auto-antibodies several years ago, scientists have been finding ways to use individual disease profiles to prescribe treatment and predict risks. Dr. Mark Gourley is a rheumatologist in Washington, DC, with a long-time connection with the myositis studies at the National Institutes of Health, and a member of TMA’s medical advisory board. He has co-authored many studies on the inflammatory myopathies.

Read Dr. Gourley’s presentation on auto-antibodies at the2013 Annual Patient Conference 

 
TMA members are invited to submit questions in advance of the chat. Click here to submit your questions early.

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When submitting questions, please be as brief as possible.  If you have more than one question, submit them separately in the question window.  Questions that are off-topic will not be answered.

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The discussion transcript will be available immediately following the Q & A session.  Visit the Live Discussion page under Community on the TMA homepage to view a complete list of past transcripts and upcoming discussions.

 
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