GPA: Patient and Physician Perspectives on ENT Manifestations Save
Learn from experts, Dr. Robert Spiera and Dr. Robert Lebovics, in the following video clips and podcast of the impact of ear, nose, and throat (ENT) manifestations in patients with granulomatosis with polyangiitis (GPA). Further, hear from Stephen Humes, a person living with severe active GPA, and his experience living with ENT manifestations of the disease. The video clips and podcast are moderated by Irene von Hennigs, PharmD, Vice President in Medical Affairs at Amgen. The speakers have been compensated for their time and expertise.
Dr. Robert Spiera is a rheumatologist and the Director of the Scleroderma, Vasculitis, and Myositis Center at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York, NY, and a Professor of Clinical Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College. Dr. Robert Lebovics is an otolaryngologist and the Co-Director of The Advanced Lung and Airway Center at JFK University Medical Center in Edison, New Jersey.
In the below video, hear from the perspective of a person living with severe active GPA and the impact of ENT manifestations on his journey.
In the below video, learn about what it means to be in remission from both a physician and a person living with severe active GPA.
The above content and more is also available as a 34-minute podcast. In the below podcast, learn from Dr. Robert Spiera and Dr. Robert Lebovics on the impact of ENT manifestations in patients with GPA. Further, hear Steven Humes’ experiences with severe active GPA and living with ENT manifestations.