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Symposium on Obesity, fat tissue and coronary heart disease

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The ESC Working Group on Coronary Pathophysiology and Microcirculation is organising its symposium on Obesity, fat tissue and coronary heart disease,  within the 10th World Congress of the International Society of Adaptive Medicine, Bucharest.

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Symposium - Obesity, fat tissue and coronary heart disease

  • Obesity, a global epidemic: Gabriela Roman (Romania)
  • Obesity, gender and coronary heart disease - R. Bugiardini  (Italy)
  • Abdominal obesity and inflammation - M. Vintila (Romania)
  • Coronary vascular tone and obesity - A. Koller (Hungary)
  • Intravascular interventions in obese patients - S. Balanescu (Romania)
  • Adipose derived stem cells: future options - Lina Badimon (Spain)
  • Obesity, gender and coronary heart disease - R. Bugiardini  (Italy)

The European Academy of Clinical Science of Bucasrest organises the 10th World Congress of the International Society for Adaptive Medecine which will be held in Bucharest, from 7 to 10 June 2012.
The ESC Working Group on Coronary Pathophysiology and Microcirculation is scientifically supporting that meeting by contributing a symposium on "Obesity, fat tissue and coronary heart disease".
For more details, please check on the web site of the congress organiser