Join Lancaster General Health (Lancaster, PA) on Wednesday, March 2 from 7-8 pm (EST)) for "Coping with IBS," a live online Q&A session featuring gastroenterologists Daniel C. Connell, Jr., MD, and Dale Whitebloom, DO, from Regional Gastroenterology Associates of Lancaster (RGAL).
During this hour-long session Dr. Connell and Dr. Whitebloom will be answering your questions on the topic of irritable bowel syndrome.
This is a written forum with the host typing their responses to your questions. There is no audio or video of the host, and you will be able to read the entire transcript while the session is progressing.
The event is free for all participants. Click here for more information about the event and the hosts, or to submit your IBS question in advance:
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