Continuing Medical Education

AXYS is thrilled to offer our first continuing medical education (CME) course: Klinefelter Syndrome in Adults. This online, self-paced CME course offers physicians 3 Hours AMA PRA Category 1 Credit. We’re thrilled to offer this course to help doctors with identifying, characterizing and managing Klinefelter Syndrome in adults, which is an underdiagnosed condition with serious consequences.

Here is the link: northwestahec.wakehealth.edu/courses-and-events/64625/klinefelter-syndrome-in-adults.

AXYS is very grateful to:

  • Dr. Hooman Sadri and Dr. Stuart Howards, our course directors.
  • The doctors and researchers in the ACRC for their expert vetting of this course and for all of the research papers that the course used as references.
  • Our partner in the effort, the Wake Forest School of Medicine Office of CME
  • The Kosloski Family Foundation for funding the development of course.

Please share the link with doctors, medical groups and organizations.

We hope to reach physicians who are not in our network, especially those who have men with KS in their practice but may not know it. There is no cost to the doctors for the CME credits.

This is the first course in our efforts to directly educate physicians on X&Y variations so that individuals with XXY have more doctors who understand their medical needs.

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