Second, we're hitting the road today to Cincinnati for the first annual CURED Foundation patient education symposium. After a lovely drive through Indiana and Ohio, we hope to hit up some Skyline chili and get settled in for a really busy weekend. Friday is the continuing medical education portion of the conference, where we'll learn the most up-to-date findings on Eosinophilic GI Diseases (EGIDs) and meet with some of the world's leading experts in the field. We really hope to advocate for increased attention to the social and emotional pieces of these conditions for both kids (and their families) and adults living every day with an EGID. I'm really proud to be the first person to publish studies about how EGIDs affect adult's quality of life. But there is much work to be done.
Time to pack!