Harvard Molecular Diagnostics 20212021-09-16T16:16:15-05:00

Molecular Diagnostics:
Current Roles in Cancer Diagnosis and Patient Management

Course Directors:
Valentina Nardi, MD Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School
Lynette M. Sholl, MD Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School

Alanna Church, MD Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School

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Can I purchase the enduring materials?2021-09-07T16:58:50-05:00

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Where can I rewatch the live lectures?2021-08-27T11:53:44-05:00

Each day’s live lectures will be available after the end of the day in the Video Library. Access to the Video Library is available for 2 weeks after the end of the conference and will expire at 5:00pm Central on October 1, 2021.

Audio Issues2021-06-03T15:32:26-05:00
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  2. Confirm the video is not muted. The volume control is in the bottom right of the video. Confirm it has 5 blue bars
How do I ask a question to the presenter during the live session?2021-06-03T15:32:59-05:00

In the window to the right of the video, click Submit New Question and type your question. The speaker or moderator will address the question at their discretion in the live discussions. NOTE: Questions are NOT answered in the Chat.

Troubleshoot video playback issues2021-06-03T15:33:47-05:00
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