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  1. World IBS Day raises awareness about individuals living with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) or knowing someone who lives with IBS. For World IBS Day 2022 we are looking for individuals living with Irritable Bowel Syndrome to share their patient experience in a creative format via a painted picture, photo collage or written in poetry or prose. A collection of your creative pieces will be selected to be part of an awareness campaign for IBS on World IBS Day on April 19th and at a leading conference for gastroenterology providers in May. IBS Experience is in collaboration with IBS Patient Support Group, TuesdayNightIBS, World IBS Day and Kate Scarlata, MPH, RDN Submissions may be made to [email protected] More information at: https://worldibsday.org/the-ibs-experience-pictures-prose-and-poetry/
  2. FREE live IBS webinars for Patients and Health Care Providers in April with Kate Scarlata RDN, Dr. William Chey & Laurie Keefer PhD Hosted by Johannah Ruddy, Director Rome Foundation and Jeffrey Roberts, Founder IBS Patient Support Group Dates: April 19th - (World IBS Day) and April 26th Thanks to Commonwealth Diagnostics International for their support! Register now! https://worldibsday.org/events
  3. Jeffrey Roberts

    IBS Fairy

    A fairy was drawn for us by Courtney Benton, an autistic artist who sent it to us. She included a note that said that she draws fairies to help people with special needs. This is her fairy to help get rid of Irritable Bowel Syndrome. She truly believes that the fairy will work! Let's hope it does!! Courtney and her sister, Heather Leigh, have published a book of fairies called "The Obliging Fairies of Dream World". It's available at Amazon. You can write back to Courtney at this address: Courtney Benton 2668 Stonebury Drive Rochester Hills, MI 48307
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