On February 10th, I will be presenting Celiac Disease: Educating for Life to the Chester County Gluten Intolerance Group. This important topic covers the obstacles to prompt, successful diagnosis and treatment in the United States and the need for physician education to overcome these obstacles, reverse public frustration with the medical community and stop the shift of the public’s focus from celiac disease and gluten sensitivity to the gluten-free diet fad.
Chester County Pennsylvania Gluten Intolerance Group Announcement
Next meeting: Wednesday February 10, 2010
Fern Hill Wellness Resource Center, Bldg B
915 Old Fern Hill Road, West Chester, PA 19380
(near intersection of Phoenixville Pike, Goshen Rd, Fern Hill Rd and Old Fern Hill Rd)
Vendors from 6:30 pm
Meeting 7:15- 8:30
“Celiac Disease: Educating for Life”John will discuss the current situation in celiac disease diagnosis and treatment and the obstacles to improvement in diagnosis and medical care. Attendees will learn what the National Institutes of Health Panel on Celiac Disease announced in 2004, and how the focus shifted from celiac disease to the gluten-free diet “fad” in Europe and Australia.
Additionally, Mary McSurdy from Kimberton Whole Foods will speak about the Psychological Aspects of Celiac Disease.
You can check the dates of upcoming meetings at the Chester County Hospital website:
Look under Programs and Support for “Gluten Intolerance”.
“Author Information: John Libonati, Philadelphia, PA
Editor & Publisher, Recognizing Celiac Disease.
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