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      • Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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    Going To College With Celiac Disease Presentation

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    Below is a presentation that may be of interest to college bound celiacs and/or their parents. It's being held in Milford, Massachusetts, at The Milford Regional Hospital, 14 Prospect Street (Route 16), Milford, MA. Call (508)-422-2206 to register.


    Celiac Disease and the College-Bound Student

    Going off to college is an exciting time for young adults. Managing your gluten-free diet can present challenges. Come and learn the "survival skills" from a recent college graduate on the gluten-free diet. This program is designed for high school juniors and seniors and college students. Parents are welcome to attend with or without their child.

    Date: Wednesday, April 27

    Time: 6:30 p.m.

    Presenter: Victoria Armstrong, Food Technologist

    The above presentations are free and will be presented in Physicians Conference Center C, adjacent to the hospital's cafeteria. To register, please call (508) 422-2206.


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