Webinar: Thursday, 20 October 2022, 7:00 PM

Obesity through case studies

Join Medical Chronicle for a free, one-hour, CPD-accredited webinar on Obesity through case studies: Aetiology as an indicator of treatment. This webinar will be presented by Dr Gary Hudson, and is sponsored by iNova Pharmaceuticals.

Presented by
Claire Rush

Claire Rush

  • Editor: Medical Chronicle
Dr Gary Hudson

Dr Gary Hudson

  • Specialist Physician
Dr Gary Hudson is a Specialist Physician with a special interest in Metabolic and Immune Disorders. He graduated MBBCh (magna cum laude) 1987 from the University of Witwatersrand. An internship followed at Hillbrow hospital. He was placed onto the Johannesburg registrar circuit in 1989. Completed MMed exam 1993. He initiated the immune and rheumatology clinics at the then JG Strydom/ Coronation hospital as a consultant. He is a founding member of the HIV Clinicians society. In 2003 he completed FCP(SA). He is a senior lecturer for the FPD. He practiced as a private practitioner in Johannesburg North for many years and relocated to Betty’s Bay where he now practices. He is a guest lecturer for numerous pharmaceutical companies with related topics metabolic syndromes, obesity, thyroid disease, immune diseases.

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