Short Gut Syndrome Parents' Support Group
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Next Support Group Meeting

February 27, 2010
10:30 a.m.

Taylorsville Library
4870 S. 2700 W.
Salt Lake City, UT
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Toddler with teddy bears

The Short Gut Syndrome parents' support group was created to provide parents and families of children with short gut syndrome with support and resources to help them to become better advocates and caregivers for their children through discussion and education about short gut syndrome, treatments, and therapies.

From the webmaster

We are thrilled with the success of our Facebook support group! It is exciting to connect with patients and families from across the country and around the world.

The group is closed for privacy purposes. However, anyone who loves a child with Short Gut Syndrome is invited to join.

To join, just click on this link. Then, under the image on the left, click to link to "request to join the group". Our administrators approve join requests as soon as possible after receiving them.

You can also search for the group "Short Gut Families' Support Group: New Format".

Winter 2010 Newsletter

Download a copy of our Winter 2010 newsletter here.

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