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Podcast of ACR17 - Day 4

Check out this compilation of our ACR17 Day 4 broadcasts, merged into a single one hour podcast !

https://soundcloud.com/rheumnow/rheumnow-acr-2017-san-diego-day-3b

You can follow the ACR 2017 RheumNow podcasts on iTunes and Soundhound.com

Below is a list of all 4 ACR17 Podcasts as they appeared on our website

Day 1 - https://soundcloud.com/rheumnow/rheumnow-acr-2017-san-diego-day-1

Day 2 - https://soundcloud.com/rheumnow/rheumnow-acr-2017-san-diego-day-2

Day 3 - https://soundcloud.com/rheumnow/rheumnow-acr-2017-san-diego-day-3a

Day 4- https://soundcloud.com/rheumnow/rheumnow-acr-2017-san-diego-day-3b

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