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The Connection Between HHT and PH

Learn more about the connection between HHT and PH, disease management, signs and symptoms and more during this recorded Facebook Live event with Dr. Ali Ataya and Cure HHT Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Scott Olitsky. Click image below to watch video.

Back to School (tips for caregivers of children with HHT)

Facebook Live event featuring Cure HHT Chief Medical Officer, Scott Olitsky, MD, and school nurse, Leslie A. Perry, RN, MS as children gear up and get ready to head back to school. The duo covers a range of topics from how to discuss HHT with your school nurse, best practices for stopping nosebleeds, when scans…

More Than a Nosebleed: HHT

Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia (HHT) is a genetic condition affecting up to 1.4 million people worldwide. HHT is treatable, but no cure is yet available. Watch this video to learn about HHT and what you can do to help.

HHT is More than a Bleeding Nose – What an ENT Doctor Needs to Know About HHT and Why.

Professor Anette Kjeldsen, Member of the VASCERN HHT Working Group and the HHT Center of Excellence at Odense University Hospital, Denmark,  provides and overview for Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT) Doctors in order to help them properly recognize the signs and symptoms of Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia (HHT), also known as Osler-Weber-Rendu Syndrome. As ENT doctors…

An Overview of Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia (HHT)

This video is presented by Professor Claire L. Shovlin, Chair VASCERN HHT Working Group  and Director of the HHT Center of Excellence at Hammersmith Hospital – Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, UK. This informative presentation was presented at the HHT International Scientific Conference in Dubrovnik, Croatia in June 2017. The video provides viewers an introduction to…

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