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Get answers to your health questions and concerns online. It's easy to be part of our live chat events, led by Cleveland Clinic Florida physicians and health educators. View all Webchats.


August 19: Webchat – Answers on Joint Replacement Surgery

Who: Gregory Gilot, MD (FL), Trevor Murray, MD (OH), Eric Ricchetti, MD (OH)
Where: clevelandclinic.org/webchats
Time: Noon – 1 p.m.
What: When joint pain interferes with your ability to move and live comfortably, it’s time to seek medical advice for a diagnosis and discuss your options. Take this opportunity to ask Cleveland Clinic Orthopaedic Surgeons any questions you may have about the latest treatment options for joint replacement surgery.

August 27: Webchat – Innovations in Gynecologic Cancer Treatment

Who: Thomas Morrissey, MD
Where: clevelandclinic.org/webchats
Time: Noon – 1 p.m.
What: Any woman is at risk of developing a gynecologic cancer and that risk increases with age. Gynecologic cancers are the uncontrolled growth and spread of abnormal cells in the female reproductive organs. These organs include the cervix, uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, vagina and vulva. Learn more about the Innovations in Gynecologic Cancer Treatment through this rare opportunity to speak with a gynecologic oncologist in the Department of Gynecology at Cleveland Clinic Florida.

September 15: Webchat – Management of Liver Disease

Who: Bobby Zervos, DO
Where: clevelandclinic.org/webchats
Time: 1 p.m. – 2 p.m.
What: There are many different types of liver disease. But no matter what type you have, the damage to your liver is likely to progress in a similar way. Whether your liver is infected with a virus, injured by chemicals, or under attack from your own immune system, the basic danger is the same – that your liver will become so damaged that it can no longer work to keep you alive. Join Cleveland Clinic Florida hepatologist, Bobby Zervos, DO, to ask questions and learn how to lower your risk of liver disease. 


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