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CSRF Represented at the Pituitary Congress and Endo 2017

Late March and early April was a busy and exciting time for the CSRF! From March 29 -31, 2017, President Louise Pace, John Gulielmetti and Karen Campbell attended the Pituitary Congress. We had a display table outside the meeting room and our newsletters were well received. The Pituitary Congress gathers top notch physicians and researchersContinue Reading

CSRF Exhibits at Endo 2016

Once again, the CSRF exhibited at the annual meeting of The Endocrine Society; this year’s meeting was held in Boston. The booth was staffed by Karen Campbell, Dave Campbell, Louise Pace and Danielle Reszenski. Heather Shaw, the graphic designer of our newsletter also attended for a day as did 16-year-old Ashley Cadorette and her mother.Continue Reading

Endo 2016 Historical Perspective Cushing’s Symposium

Cushing’s Disease: An Update on Pathogenesis, Diagnosis, and Medical TreatmentHistorical note from Symposium ChairBy Dr. Beverly MK Biller, Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School; Neuroendocrine Unit, Massachusetts General Hospital This year, The Endocrine Society celebrated 100 years of existence with a theme of: “1916-2016, 100 years of hormone science to health.” In keeping with theContinue Reading

What’s New from Endo 2015?

The annual meeting of The Endocrine Society was held March 5-8, 2015 in San Diego, CA. As usual, the CSRF had a booth on the exhibit floor. The booth was manned by Karen and Dave Campbell, Leslie Edwin, Elissa Kline, Louise Pace and Ellen Whitton. For the first time, we collected names of interested endocrinologistsContinue Reading

A Report from ENDO 2014

Once again, the CSRF exhibited at the annual meeting of The Endocrine Society. This year’s meeting held June 21-24, 2014 in Chicago, IL, was a combined meeting with the International Congress of Endocrinology. During the course of the 3 day exhibit, we had the opportunity to discuss Cushing’s with national and international endocrinologists, endocrine nursesContinue Reading