Autoimmunity

Inflammatory autoimmune conditions often have many things in common. When we develop an autoimmune condition it is often because our body is trying to fight a foreign invader it sees as the enemy and it gets confused and starts attacking its’ own tissues. These enemies come in the form of viruses, bacteria, environmental toxins, foods, stress and other less common invaders.  Our goal is to identify your specific invader and some genetic predispositions to your body’s inability to get rid of these invaders and create a game plan to help your body start recognizing the invader and stop attacking itself.

TYPE 1 DIABETES AND CELIAC DISEASE: CLINICAL OVERLAP AND NEW INSIGHTS INTO DISEASE PATHOGENESIS


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Friday, October 7th and Monday, October 10th

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2:00 pm-5:00 pm

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