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BET inhibition, an epigenetic pathway: how could BET inhibition modulate atherothrombotic risk

Topic: Pathophysiology and Mechanisms
Organised by PACE-CME, supported with an educational grant provided by Resverlogix

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Professor J Wouter Jukema

Leiden University Medical Centre, Leiden (Netherlands (The))
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Introduction

Speaker: Professor U. Landmesser (Berlin, DE)

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Challenges in targeting residual risk in diabetic patients, post ACS

Speaker: Professor P. Libby (Boston, US)

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Clinical update on BET inhibition: the patient profile that may benefit from BET inhibition?

Speaker: Professor K. Ray (London, GB)

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Discussion

Speaker: Professor U. Landmesser (Berlin, DE) Professor K. Ray (London, GB)

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Epigenetics: a new pathway to tackle residual risk?

Speakers: Professor J. Jukema, Professor U. Landmesser, Professor P. Libby, Professor K. Ray, Professor U. Landmesser...
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ESC CONGRESS 2019

31 August - 4 September 2019

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