Dr. Stephen Ellis, a Cleveland Clinic interventional cardiologist, will provide answers to your questions about stents, angioplasty, stem cell therapies, percutaneous treatments, and the latest innovations in treating heart disease, Thursday, January 29, 2009, 12:00 p.m. — 1:00 p.m. (EST).
You may begin asking questions on Wednesday, 1/28 (TODAY!). They will be answered during the web chat on Thursday. Please visit the following web page to register and participate.
As an unsolicited comment, I know Dr. Ellis from Cleveland Clinic days. He is a great person and a balanced physician that has excellent clinical judgment. This is a great opportunity! I may tune in myself.
When i was a fellow training in Cleveland, he was a very good sounding board for clinical questions and an excellent teacher in the lab.
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