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Hypertension, Left Ventricular Remodelling and Heart Failure in Black Africans

Together with Cambridge Cardiovascular, the Experimental Medicine and Immunotherapeutics group presents a talk on ancestry and biological informative markers in black Africans that can give rise to hypertension and heart failure.
When Dec 05, 2017
from 11:00 AM to 02:00 PM
Where Lecture Theatre 2, School of Clinical Medicine, Cambridge
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The talk will be given by Dr Dike Ojji, from the University of Abuja Teaching Hospital in Nigeria. Prof. Ian Wilkinson will host the event, which is supported by the Medical Research Council.

Once the talk is complete, a light lunch will be provided.


For further details on this event, please see the associated camtalks page here.

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