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Berkeley IBD and Mycobacterial Conference Open to the Public - Registration closes Sept 16th!!

Join us on Sept. 21 and 22 in Berkeley for a unique, science-based program discussing the role that mycobacteria may play in IBD and other chronic diseases like RA, T1D, lupus, MS and sarcoidosis.

We've added a new speakers and presentations, especially to our two Saturday panels sessions which address 1) Pediatric Advances in IBD and 2) Functional Medicine Strategies.

Meet the world experts on this topic, and have a chance to ask questions in the Q&A portions. Lunch included!

Conference Home Page:
https://humanpara.org/berkeley-conference-home/

Full Program with list of speakers:
https://humanpara.org/berkeley-conference-program/

Registration:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mycobacterial-implications-in-crohns-and-chronic-inflammatory-diseases-tickets-45356222683
 
Thanks so much. I am in the area and will be attending but shame the speakers they added are on Saturday and thetas the professionals only day.
 
Thanks so much. I am in the area and will be attending but shame the speakers they added are on Saturday and thetas the professionals only day.
Don't worry about Saturday - it was limited to professionals only due to the working session, but all of the other sessions will be recorded and put online for free so everyone can benefit from the panels and study update!! :) So glad you can come!
 
Please do let us know where the recordings will be, I will definitely be watching!
Video replays will be available on HumanPara.org beginning a week or two after the conference (as soon as videos can be uploaded and processed by our volunteers.)
 
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