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The Sleep Conference

About the Event

According to the CDC more than 70 million American’s suffer from chronic sleep disorders including sleep apnea. Poor sleep can lead to depression, obesity, lost work productivity, and increased health care costs. 

Join The Sleep Conference featuring leaders in sleep health to hear their thoughts on the future of sleep treatments and the opportunities ahead for investors. 

Dr. Colin Sullivan, a pioneer of sleep science and the inventor of the CPAP machine

Dr. Richard Rose, CEO, Sommetrics a med-device company with a breakthrough treatment for sleep apnea

Brad Sorensen, CFA, Senior Multi-Sector Equity Research Analyst, Zacks Small-Cap Research

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