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Celiac Disease and Gluten Sensitivity Lecture with Dr. Benjamin Lebwohl

Benjamin Lebwohl, MD, MS, assistant professor of medicine and epidemiology from The Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University will speak on important celiac disease topics: prevalence, risk factors, recent developments and potential treatment options. 

When: Wednesday, November 16, 2016 

Where: Potter Room, Paoli Hospital
            255 West Lancaster Avenue
            Paoli, PA, 19301 

Time: 12 p.m. - 1 p.m. 

Cost: Free 

Can't attend in person? Watch the lecture via a GoToWebinar. Click here to register.

This event will be held in the Potter Room. To get to the Potter Room: Drive onto the Paoli Hospital campus. Follow signs to the Medical Office Building (MOB) parking. This is around the back of the hospital. Park in the MOB parking lot and enter MOB 1. This is the door closest to the Emergency Department. Once you are in the door, walk down the long hallway. You will see a large, open staircase. Follow the small hallway next to the staircase. The Potter Room will be on your left. If you pass the cafeteria, you have gone too far.

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