The talk focused on our current understanding of genetic syndromes and specific genetic variations with regards to the cardio-metabolic syndrome (SNIPS) and obesity. Dr Hudson explored epigenetics and polymorphisms and genetic expression, looking at specific case studies and discuss the tests that can be done to spot genetic changes clinically. Dr Hudson explored how a deeper understanding of genetics and obesity provides patients a better understanding of their condition and frees them from the depressive trap of self-blame. 

A replay is now available for a webinar hosted by Medical Chronicle and iNova Pharmaceuticals on 22 October 2020. Dr Gary Hudson was the presenter [Image: Colin Behrens/Pixabay].

In case you missed the live webinar, or in case you would like to watch it again, you can find a link to the replay video HERE.

You can also participate in an evaluation of this webinar by completing this form: http://bit.ly/HPCSA_CPD_Evalutation and sending it to claire.rush@newmedia.co.za.