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Covid-19 and Alpha-gal Syndrome Webcast (032920)

Covid-19 and Alpha-gal Syndrome Webcast (032920)

TBC United Cofounders Dr. Jennifer Platt and Beth Carrison, INHC, are joined by Dr. Tina Merritt to discuss important precautions for Alpha-gal Syndrome patients regarding Covid-19 (Coronavirus). Included is a discussion around medications, how to communicate with healthcare professionals during the pandemic, and where to find additional resources. This audio recording was from a March 29, 2020 webcast.

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Alpha-Gal Syndrome: From Diagnosis to (Ingredient) Detective (FARE: Training)

Alpha-Gal Syndrome: From Diagnosis to (Ingredient) Detective (FARE: Training)

Tick-Borne Conditions United Cofounders Dr. Jennifer Platt and Beth Carrison team with TBCU Board Member Dr. Tina Merritt to provide guidance to those with Alpha-gal Syndrome on what ingredients to avoid in food, medicines, and other personal care products. Diagnosis is also covered and the key areas of support required for AGS patients of all ages. Additional focus is on dietary needs, how to be an ingredient detective, pharmaceutical considerations, and social challenges.

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International Alpha-gal Symposium (2019)

International Alpha-gal Symposium (2019)

TBC United Cofounders Dr. Jennifer Platt and Beth Carrison, INHC, lead the second annual international discussion on Alpha-gal Syndrome and other tick-borne conditions including Lyme Disease, STARI, and more. This 90-minute webcast includes updates from medical experts including Dr. Tina Merritt and Dr. Heather Szerlong, as well as TBC United cofounders. The second International Alpha-gal Symposium was held in May 2019.

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International Alpha-gal Symposium (2018)

International Alpha-gal Symposium (2018)

TBC United Cofounders Dr. Jennifer Platt and Beth Carrison, INHC, help to lead an international discussion on the challenges of living with Alpha-gal Syndrome. In this almost 2-hour webcast, you’ll hear from medical experts, patients, and TBC United cofounders as they work to educate, empower, and encourage patients to assume the new normal of living with this tick-borne condition.

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