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Contact Kelly Rohlfs

650-725-4771, kellyr@bonair.stanford.edu


The registration form can be found on our web site

http://celiacsupport.stanford.edu/ and you may register

and pay online using PayPal or you may print the form

and mail. Please make check or money order payable to

Stanford Celiac Support Group. Mail the completed

registration form with payment to:

Janis Foss, 297 Sleeper Ave., Mountain View, CA 94040

If you have difficulty printing out the form and want to

have it mailed to you, please contact Kelly.

Conference highlights...

Joseph A. Murray, MD (Mayo Clinic): Celiac disease basics

Gail G. Pyle, MD: Celiac Sprue Management Clinic

Gary M. Gray, MD: Celiac Research Progress Overview 2005

Kim M. Koeller & Robert R. La France: Eating Out: The

Collaborative Effort between Guests and Restaurants

(title of their new book)

Kerry Seymour, MS, RD, CDE: The Food Guide Pyramid

Goes Gluten-Free... Guidelines for meeting the special

nutrition needs and concerns of those with celiac disease

Shareen El-Ibiary, Pharm.D., BCPS: How to find Gluten Free


Dorsey M. Bass, M.D: Pediatric Issues in Celiac Disease

We are introducing "Office Hours: meet with speakers;

ask those questions" to offer time for you to chat with

speakers in small groups. As usual there will be gluten

free breakfast, snacks and lunch including beer tasting.

Dozens of vendors are participating to hand out samples.

The teen program speakers include Lynn Kearney to

get the kids introduced and to facilitate a round table

discussion, Dr. Dorsey Bass and dietician Nancy Baugh.

The children's program will have a circus theme with a

clown and carnival games, popcorn and cotton candy,

speakers Dr. Bass and Nancy Baugh. The Stanford

bookstore will be there to sell almost every book in

print on celiac disease and the gluten free diet. This

could be the best conference yet and we anticipate a

sell-out event, so don't delay registering.

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