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Celiac Disease Challenge Grant for Children's National Medical Center

Posted Aug 25 2010 7:17am

The new Celiac Disease Program at Children's National Medical Center is paving the way for treating both the physical and mental needs of children and teens with Celiac Disease. Led by Dr. John Snyder and supported by a dynamic, energetic and compassionate staff, the Celiac Disease Program at CNMC is focusing heavily on disease recognition, diagnosis and treatment as well as how the disease impacts children and CN_VertLogoCMYK
teenagers' mental health. Because of it's unique 5-prong approach, the new program is quickly becoming a national leader in the field and empowering its young patients to own their diagnosis and grow up as healthy individuals at home, at school and in every other walk of life.

Two very generous donors have agreed to donate $5,000 to support gluten-free education programs at Children's National Medical Center if the program can raise an additional $5,000 from the public. It's important to note that any amount, whether small or large is extremely beneficial. Even $5 or $10 helps us reach the goal.

If you'd like to contribute to the wonderful efforts, please use the secure site at FirstGiving. Donations made here go directly to the Celiac Program at Children's.

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