Chat with Companion IBD

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Sitting in the airport waiting for my flight to Atlanta to board after a long day of work on an event that I’ve been planning at work for close to 8 months. SO tired. But excited to speak on a patient panel for a second time through Pfizer – we are working with them to better the lives for patients living with ulcerative colitis. Pfizer is doing amazing things for the IBD community and I am so blessed to be a part the decision making and opinion process.

The best part about heading to Atlanta is that Rasheed, Kristin and myself are going to be in the same city as Gaylyn! 4/5 Companion Magazine editors in the same city?! That’s just too good to be true.

To celebrate, we are hosting a Facebook Live Chat with Companion, tomorrow, Saturday, November 5th at 9:30 p.m. EST. We will be answering questions, sharing our experience from the panel (what we can), telling stories, offering tips and tricks and most importantly, listening to all of you. We created Companion Magazine as a resource for positive support for those living with Crohn’s Disease and ulcerative colitis. Having the opportunity to do that in person together, is so exciting for us.

We created Companion Magazine as a resource for positive support for those living with Crohn’s Disease and ulcerative colitis. Having the opportunity to do that in person together, is so exciting for us. Everyone has busy weekends – but we hope you take a few minutes out of yours to chat with us because we couldn’t have created such an incredible magazine without inspiring contributors, readers, friends, and family.

Have your questions ready! Chat tomorrow.

ps. we love you emma.

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