Improve Your #NACFC2016 Experience With Their Mobile App

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The annual North American Cystic Fibrosis Conference (NACFC) is happening October 27 to 29, and this year the 30th annual event will be staged in Orlando, Fla. Cystic Fibrosis News Today will offer daily follow-up coverage of the NACFC, which is expected to draw medical professionals, scientists, and other delegates who work in the cystic fibrosis field from all over the world.

Read about the presentation of the results of the phase 1b trial for N9115 cystic fibrosis drug at NACFC15.

For the sixth year running, the organizers of the NACFC will be providing their award-winning mobile app to help you get the most of the three-day conference.

Some of the amazing features of the app include a free tutorial webinar which users will be able to access prior to the event so they can familiarize themselves with how the app works, the ability to plan your conference by scheduling the sessions you wish to attend, live Q&A sessions directly with seminar speakers, participation in polls, CE credits, venue maps, and what sessions are currently running and what’s coming up next, and much more.

Researchers are developing a mobile app to help manage and monitor CF patients. Find out more.


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