Jan Larsen, MD, was looking forward to the up-to-date information on current concepts and advancements in cardiovascular disease he would learn about at an upcoming cardiovascular conference. What he expected was spending a long day listening to lectures and participating in a few breakout sessions. Little did he know that, as he entered his first session, he would see a table with a collection of 150 objects and be asked to pick one that represented his background, history, or family ...

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