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21 Nov 2018

ACP’s 2019 EDUCATION OFFERINGS

  Phlebology Review Course FEBRUARY 1, 2019 Education Courses Phlebology Review Course February 1-2, 2019 DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Houston Hobby Airport 8181 Airport Boulevard Houston, Texas, 77061-4142   Additional information coming soon! Sign up below and be the first to know when registration opens. Learn More Lymphedema Course FEBRUARY 2, 2019 Education

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21 Nov 2018

ACP CHANGES ITS NAME TO AMERICAN VEIN & LYMPHATIC SOCIETY

    By Vanessa Salvia The American College of Phlebology (ACP) has changed its name to the American Vein & Lymphatic Society (AVLS). The organization is still working on its new logo. The American College of Phlebology Foundation will be known as the Foundation for Venous and Lymphatic Disease, or

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21 Nov 2018

BOSTON SCIENTIFIC ACQUIRING BTG

    Boston Scientific has reached an agreement on the terms of a recommended offer to acquire BTG plc., a United Kingdom-based company that develops and commercializes products used in minimally-invasive procedures, targeting vascular diseases and cancer, as well as acute care pharmaceuticals. Under the terms of the transaction, holders

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20 Nov 2018

CVS-AETNA MERGER DELAYED AS NEW YORK, NEW JERSEY NEGOTIATE

The plan to get everyone together to close CVS’s $69 billion acquisition of Aetna before Thanksgiving didn’t work out. The closing was expected to be by Nov. 22 but has been delayed until two New York and New Jersey approve the merger. In a new financial filing Nov. 19, the

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14 Nov 2018

SUPERFICIAL THROMBOPHLEBITIS IN PREGNANCY: PRACTICE CHALLENGES WITH NO ENTIRELY COMPLETE GUIDELINES

By Manu Aggarwal There are a few things that make me take a longer pause in venous medicine. Of all venous disease complications, one of the top concerns is the pregnant patient. In the last year, I have seen a handful of pregnant patients with variable superficial venous thrombophlebitis (SVT)

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