Upcoming LIVE Webinars & Meet-Ups
The live webinars are presented through Zoom. The webinar is typically viewed on your computer but you can also download the Zoom App to your smartphone or ipad. Additionally, please note that Virtual Meet-Ups are live-stream only, unlike the recorded Webinars, and are not available for later viewing unless otherwise indicated.
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"Dr. Kasthuri's presentation was so easy to follow, understand and make sense of. I've been suffering badly with anemia and never understood why Ferritin levels were so important until now."
"What a wonderful webinar today! Answered so many of my questions... Kim was amazing and really loved all her advice, besides her own (and many of our) medical challenges!"
Fort Washington, PA
"Excellent information presented by the two physicians. I have learned everything I can on my on about iron deficiency anemia, but having these two doctors discuss it in an unhurried forum was very helpful to me."
PH and HHT: Signs, Symptoms
& Disease Management
Wed., June 22 | 7 pm (EDT)
Join PHA and Cure HHT for the PHA Live webinar “PH and HHT: Signs, Symptoms and Disease Management” at 7:30 p.m. EDT, Wednesday, June 22. Murali M. Chakinala, M.D. will discuss the importance of recognizing the signs and symptoms of PH and Hereditary Hemorrhagic Telangiectasia (HHT), and the importance of early diagnosis as well as disease management.
Approximately 15-20% of people with HHT either have or are developing Pulmonary Hypertension (PH). A few common symptoms of PH include shortness of breath, fatigue, fainting or light-headedness, and chest pain. HHT is a genetic disorder that causes abnormalities of blood vessels, usually resulting in excessive bleeding such as nose bleeds. Register now >>
“I am a Nurse Practitioner and I learn so much from these webinars about my husband’s HHT. My two daughters have it as well.”
"It is good to continually learn about HHT. I really appreciate these webinars. This is the second one and each has given new insight and information."
“What a wonderful webinar tonight about HHT, and how it affects the liver and the heart. Awesome!”
"I appreciate knowing that many people are working to improve life for families affected by HHT."