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2024 AF Symposium: An Overview For Atrial Fibrillation Patients and Families

The 29th annual AF Symposium was held in Boston Feb. 1-3, 2024.

This is the 20th time I have attended the annual AF Symposium. Observing and adequately reporting on it is both a challenge and a privilege. I learn more in three days than in a year of reading A-Fib research reports.

This intense 3-day seminar featured presentations by 85 leaders in A-Fib Research and Clinical Practice from all over the world.

Click on image to read my full report.

These stellar medical scientists, clinicians, and researchers shared recent developments in the A-Fib field in a major scientific forum unmatched by any other conference. This year the Symposium attracted over 1200 participants from all corners of the globe.

Why I Attend Every Year

As always, I attend and write my reports to offer readers the most up-to-date research and developments that may impact their treatment choices. All reports are written in plain language for A-Fib patients and their families. (Look for more of my reports in the coming weeks and months.)

Exciting Breakthroughs: A New World of A-Fib Care

The predominant mood or tone of this year’s Symposium was one of excitement about the extraordinary amount of new and more effective tools now (or soon to be available) to Electrophysiologists (EPs) for treating us patients.

To me the sheer number of new catheters, devices, etc. presented was almost overwhelming. As Dr. Pierre Jais of the French Bordeaux group (LYRIC) said, this a “great era!” There is now an incredible number of new tools EPs can choose from.  -> click to read my full report.

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