December 13, 2017

Dr. Keith Ferdinand: Atrial Fibrillation Among Blacks & African Americans [video]

In this video interview, Dr. Keith Ferdinand, Professor at Emory University and Chief Science Officer of the Association of Black Cardiologists, talked about minority health. He focused especially on heart disease and atrial fibrillation among blacks and African Americans. He addressed the conundrum of why blacks appear to have less

afib than whites, and what blacks should be doing to prevent AF and heart disease. Keith C. Ferdinand, MD, is a Clinical Professor in the Cardiology Division at Emory University, and Chief Science Officer at the Association of Black Cardiologists. See our recent article on Afib among minorities at: www.stopafib.org

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