The Crohn’sAdvocate(TM) Online Forum is still open for Registration for Tonights Forum

I just received an email from Crohn’s Advocate offering an online forum, check it out, pass it on to others who could benefit. I’ve enjoyed getting my Crohn’s Advocate free magazine, it’s filled with information that has helped me over the years. They offer patient resources, information about health care professionals, important safety information, information about CIMZIA and it’s side effects, support and encouragement. It provides a safe place to ask the hard questions.

Tonight’s Event Details includes:
Crohn’sAdvocate Share Your Story

Hear patients share their experiences, and chat online with featured experts.

Everyone is invited to take part in a series of live forums for the Crohn’s community. Our first forum takes place Thursday October 7, 2010 at 7:00PM (Eastern) and 9:00PM (Eastern). During these live webcasts, you’ll hear from Crohn’s patients and have the chance to chat with our featured speakers and patients.

Thursday, October 7, 2010
7:00PM (Eastern) and 9:00PM (Eastern).

Speakers Include:

* Tamara Duker Freuman, M.S., R.D., C.D.N. – A registered dietician who will address the unique dietary concerns of Crohn’s patients and offer helpful advice for finding balance in your diet
* Brett Cavalli – A featured Crohn’s patient who will share his inspirational story of learning to live with the disease

This is an interactive forum featuring a dietitian and foodie with Crohn’s. Don’t miss this incredible FREE opportunity to learn more about the connection between nutrition and Crohn’s. You’ll be able to ask questions live and anonymously—from the comfort of your own home!

If you miss tonight’s event there’s another forum coming up on November 16th. Featured Topic: A clinical psychology post-doctoral fellow and Crohn’s patient discusses overcoming the emotional challenges of living with Crohn’s disease.

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