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VIVA 17 to highlight integrated approaches to treat vascular disease

VIVA 17 to highlight integrated approaches to treat vascular disease
September 8, 2017

Experts from multiple disciplines will converge to learn about the best ways to treat vascular disease in a variety of forms at VIVA 17.

The conference, to be held Sept. 11 to 14 at the Wynn in Las Vegas, “stands for an integrated approach,” Gary M. Ansel, MD, FACC, system medical chief for vascular at OhioHealth in Columbus and a Cardiology Today’s Intervention Editorial Board Member, said in an interview.

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