Morie Gertz, MD, Professor of Medicine at the Mayo Clinic is a specialist in diagnosing and treating amyloid transthyretin (ATTR) amyloidosis. One of the biggest challenges with this rare condition is getting a quick diagnosis.

Many clinicians who see these patients before they are diagnosed will not be aware of ATTR amyloidosis, nor when to suspect it, and how to diagnose this rare condition. On average it takes 2 – 4 years for this treatable condition to be properly diagnosed.

To learn more about this condition and obtain CME/CNE credit, go to https://checkrare.com/learning/p-managing-attr-module1-suspecting-attr-amyloidosis/