Rest of Life Care: What is Going to Happen to Me Now?

15 September 2011

The webinar Rest of Life Care: What is Going to Happen to Me Now? was presented by Robert Knutzen, MBA on September 15, 2011. He shares from personal experience, as well as 20 years of working with leading endocrinologists and neurosurgeons, everything you need to know about rest of life care for the pituitary patient following surgery.

Meet the Webinar Presenter

Robert Knutzen, MBA
PNA Chair and CEO
Acromegaly Patient

In 1990, shortly after being diagnosed with the pituitary disorder acromegaly, Robert Knutzen saw an enormous need for an organization to help pituitary patients. Working with a team of expert endocrinologists and neurosurgeons, Robert founded the Pituitary Network Association (PNA). With the goal of disseminating information helpful to patients and their families, the medical community and the general public, the PNA provides education and information regarding early detection, symptoms, treatments and resources. In addition, the PNA aims to support, pursue, encourage, promote and where possible, fund research of pituitary disorders.

Over the last 20 years, Robert has tirelessly worked as an advocate on behalf of pituitary patients around the world. He has garnered the support and respect of top medical professionals, who recognize the importance of raising awareness about pituitary disorders. In addition, he serves on the advisory panel for both U.S. Endocrine Disease and European Endocrine Disease magazines, and is a regular contributor to these publications. His work has also been published in the journal Neuro-Endocrinology, the Growth Monitor, and other medical publications.

 

  • Robert Knutzen, MBA
    PNA Chair and CEO
    Acromegaly Patient

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The webinar Rest of Life Care: What is Going to Happen to Me Now? was presented by Robert Knutzen, MBA on September 15, 2011. He shares from personal experience, as well as 20 years of working with leading endocrinologists and neurosurgeons, everything you need to know about rest of life care for the pituitary patient following surgery.

Meet the Webinar Presenter

Robert Knutzen, MBA
PNA Chair and CEO
Acromegaly Patient

In 1990, shortly after being diagnosed with the pituitary disorder acromegaly, Robert Knutzen saw an enormous need for an organization to help pituitary patients. Working with a team of expert endocrinologists and neurosurgeons, Robert founded the Pituitary Network Association (PNA). With the goal of disseminating information helpful to patients and their families, the medical community and the general public, the PNA provides education and information regarding early detection, symptoms, treatments and resources. In addition, the PNA aims to support, pursue, encourage, promote and where possible, fund research of pituitary disorders.

Over the last 20 years, Robert has tirelessly worked as an advocate on behalf of pituitary patients around the world. He has garnered the support and respect of top medical professionals, who recognize the importance of raising awareness about pituitary disorders. In addition, he serves on the advisory panel for both U.S. Endocrine Disease and European Endocrine Disease magazines, and is a regular contributor to these publications. His work has also been published in the journal Neuro-Endocrinology, the Growth Monitor, and other medical publications.

 

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