Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of Canada Hosts Educational Event
KITCHENER - On Saturday, April 9th, the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of Canada will host a public Educational Symposium in Kitchener. This interactive forum is part of CCFC’s commitment to educating all Canadians about inflammatory bowel disease.
CCFC invites everyone from the Kitchener/Waterloo area to leave their fears behind and learn more about these debilitating diseases that affect more than 200,000 Canadians.
The event will feature Dr. Robert Issenman, a pediatric gastroenterologist at McMaster University. Topics include: IBD Overview, Naturopathic Options, Living with IBD and Nutrition.
“We are excited to bring the local community together to learn more about these chronic diseases,” says Development Intern Courtney Taylor. “By helping the community to better understand the reality and suffering their friends, neighbours, relatives and colleagues with IBD experience every day, we can help to make finding a cure a priority in Canada.”
Crohn’s and Colitis Education Symposium for Patients, their Families and Friends
9:00 a.m. Registration at the Holiday Inn Kitchener, 30 Fairway Road South, Kitchener
$10 Members and Youth. $15 Non Members.