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Annual Atrial Fibrillation Patient Conference Connects Patients and Experts August 3-5 in Dallas, Texas

DALLAS, July 10, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- founder and CEO Mellanie True Hills announced the annual 2018 Get in Rhythm. Stay in Rhythm.® Atrial Fibrillation Patient Conference, which will take place August 3-5 at the Fairmont Dallas.

"Our annual Atrial Fibrillation Patient Conference is an opportunity for afib patients and their family members to hear—in patient-friendly language—from the researchers and doctors at the forefront of the field," said Hills. "It's a chance for you to discover how to manage your afib, and to potentially get rid of it so you can get your life back."  

The Conference, now in its fifth year, brings together world-renowned experts to share their information in a patient-friendly format.

This year, attendees can expect to hear up-to-the-minute, expert information about:

  • Managing afib risk factors, including lifestyle.
  • Gender differences in afib.
  • Digital health and monitoring of afib.
  • How to prevent afib-related strokes (including whether natural products play a role in stroke prevention).
  • Tools, techniques, and procedures for afib ablation and surgery.
  • Who is a candidate for ablation and what to expect.
  • Evolution of afib and how to ablate it as it evolves.
  • Additional special topics, such as diet, supplements, food and drug interactions, and even CBD oil.
  • How to choose the right procedure, and how to get the best care from your healthcare team.

Conference faculty includes catheter ablation pioneer and innovator Dr. Andrea Natale, former Heart Rhythm Society presidents Dr. Eric Prystowsky and Dr. Doug Packer, and upcoming HRS president Dr. Andrea Russo. Other electrophysiologists include Dr. Christopher Ellis, Dr. Wendy Tzou, and Dr. Oussama Wazni. Dr. Randy Wolf, the surgeon who created the Wolf mini maze procedure, and Dr. Scott Freeland, a pharmacist who specializes in cardiovascular medications, natural products, and food and drug interactions, will also present.

One 2017 attendee of the conference said, "The program covered a lot of information and I learned so much about afib and strokes. The speakers were excellent and very considerate of everyone asking questions."

Learn more about the conference and get early bird pricing on tickets (through July 20), here:, or watch this 3-minute video to see what to expect at the conference: 

About was founded in 2007 to improve the quality of life for those living with atrial fibrillation and to save lives by raising awareness of afib and thus decreasing afib-related strokes. It provides information about atrial fibrillation symptoms, causes, risks, treatments, resources, and the latest afib news and videos. is by patients for patients, and is the most visited arrhythmia site. holds HON Code Certification from the Health on the Net Foundation, signifying a credible, trustworthy medical web site. The organization hosts an annual Get In Rhythm. Stay In Rhythm.® Atrial Fibrillation Patient Conference.

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