'Beating the Killer Called Heart Failure' MEDTalk 4: What does the future hold for heart failure?

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With the prevalence and complexity of heart failure presentations rising, we must keep developing new and more effective methods of managing this chronic disease. This talk discusses the new and upcoming medical advances that show promise in reducing the costs of heart failure in coming years.

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Speaker: Dr Leighton Kearney
Graduated from the University of Tasmania before undergoing post graduate fellowships in cardiac imaging through the Austin Hospital (Melbourne) and the Royal Brompton Hospital (London). Subsequently, Dr Kearney completed a PhD in valvular heart disease through the University of Melbourne. Dr Kearney has multiple publications in peer reviewed journals and is pioneering the establishment of multidisciplinary heart failure clinics in private practice throughout Australia.

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The MEDTalks are sponsored by Novartis.