Heart Disease And Your DNA: Ethnic Considerations In Managing Heart Disease

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  • Evaluating cardiovascular risk with blood tests and imaging
  • When to use statin drugs and when not to
  • Lowering risky eating in high risk, lower income communities
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Joel Fuhrman, MD

All right. I’m thrilled to have Dr. Kim Williams here with us today. And let me tell you a little bit about him because it was very, you know, a tremendous insight. So this this summit we’re offering people Dr. Williams of course is the current chairman of the Department of Medicine, University of Louisville, but he specializes in not just cardiology but cardio nutrition cardio rheumatology, cardio ephraim gee preventive cardiology and has a huge experience in cardiac radiology as well. And he’s past president, the American College of Cardiology and past president of the American College of Nuclear Cardiology. So there’s a lot of input he can give us today and plus the former chairman of the board of directors of the Association of Black Cardiologists. So this is gonna be a great conversation. He’s also the founder of the urban Cardiology initiative in Detroit, Michigan aiming to reduce ethnic heart care disparities and continued community based efforts in Chicago at rush, including the heart program H. E A. R. T. program helping everyone assess risk today. 

It’s a program, you know, screening for heart disease and intervening with education, nutrition and lifestyle changes to save lives. And he’s over 600 research and guideline publications involved with online resources, even as input into movies and lectures all over the world and so and he’s the founding editor in chief of the International Journal of Disease Reversal and Prevention. So welcome him and of course he’s a native of Chicago south side, he came out of the inner city school there and he was a avid tennis player, a former professional tennis player and national tennis coach and I got to get together with him to play some tennis then.

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