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We have a month full of events and education coming up!

4th -10th - Feeding Tube Awareness Week

14th - National Donor Day

16th - National Caregivers Day

19th - Transplant Unwrapped Caregivers Support Group

26th - Transplant Unwrapped Webinar

How Intestinal Failure Treatment Has Changed & What The Future Holds with Speaker

Presented by Dr David Mercer from Nebraska Medicine

Sponsored by VecitvBio/Ironwood. 

28th Transplant Unwrapped Support Group

29th - Rare Disease Day

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In honor of #RareDiseaseDay, we salute the invaluable work of patient advocacy groups, whose efforts uplift and empower people living with #RareDiseases like #ShortBowelSyndrome (SBS). We’re thrilled to unveil a first-of-its kind SBS patient support resource authored by patient experts, community organization leads and healthcare professionals. Crafted in collaboration with members of the SBS community, the resource provides a summary of services and resources offered by various patient groups to help people with SBS navigate their journey and connect with those who understand and share their experiences.

 

This resource symbolizes a collective promise to ensure that those with SBS are not just seen, but truly understood. It’s a testament to the unwavering dedication of our community to stand united in support of one another. Ironwood Pharmaceuticals is proud to have supported and funded its development.

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"Transplant Unwrapped and educational programs are a vital resource to the community for intestine transplant and short bowel syndrome. It is so important that patients have educational resources and ways of networking with others and be able to gain a greater understanding of their disease process, a greater understanding of the expectation of what transplant would bring, and a greater resource and ability to reach the larger community around them." ~Dr. Syed-Mohammed Jafri, Henry Ford Health Systems~

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