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AMAs are scheduled in Eastern Time (GMT -0400).
|27 Sep||7pm||Dr. Robb Overbaugh||Interventional pain management physician and anesthesiologist, board-certified by The American Board of Anesthesiology.||Remind Me|
|28 Sep||11am||Dr. Sue Pavord||Haematologist at Oxford University Hospitals in U.K. I'm here to discuss COVID-19 & thrombosis, including new research.||Remind Me|
|29 Sep||10am||Christene Lozano||Certified Sex Therapist / Certified Sex Addiction Therapist / Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist||Remind Me|
|29 Sep||12pm||Dr. Marta Lado||I’m Dr. Marta Lado, I Internal Medicine doctor specializing in Infectious diseases||Remind Me|
|30 Sep||9am||John Troyer||Death Studies Scholar-at-Large and former Director of the Centre for Death and Society||Remind Me|
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- A truly interesting and unique event.
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