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San Mateo, CA - Gluten Free & Allergen Friendly Expo


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Gluten Free & Allergen Friendly Expo 
November 18th and 19th, 2017

Stanford's Health Education Day at the Expo on Nov. 18th

311e7e9e-8fbb-4420-a0cd-7449be54c9a2.jpgThe Expo is returning to the San Mateo Events Center!

Stanford Health Care and Stanford Children's Health is partnering with the Celiac Community Foundation of Northern California to present a day of health education at the Expo on Saturday, Nov. 18th! Topics will include gluten-related disorders, food allergies and autoimmunity. 
Peter H.R. Green, MD, director of the Columbia University Celiac Disease Center, will be the keynote speaker. More details to come!  http://gfafexpo.com
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