Mayo Clinic Connect
Megan Wagner R.N., CPN and Dr. William Faubion, pediatric and adult gastroenterologist, talk about inflammatory bowel disease.
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I'd like to invite you to join us today, Wednesday, December 19 at 11 a.m. CT for a video Q&A with Megan Wagner R.N., CPN and Dr. William Faubion, pediatric and adult gastroenterologist, about inflammatory bowel disease. Simply click VIEW & REPLYin the email notification for details and to sign-up.
Dr. Faubion and Megan will answer questions live. Post your question before and during the broadcast. You can participate in the Video Q&A on Connect by returning to this page; the video will be shown at the top of the page.
Could you shed some light on Vancomycin?
Thank you for watching today’s Q&A. The video will be archived on this page for future viewing. You may also be interested in joining other members who are talking about inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Ask your questions, share your story, connect and find support here.
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Welcome to Connect, @cicciosmiles08. While we wait for a response to your question about Vancomycin, I’d like to introduce you to a few Connect members who’ve shared their experiences with the medications. Please meet @sandyabbey @pines @losthope @nrg33 @dp1733.
You can also view some of the messages in these discussions, where you would be warmly welcomed if you wish to join the conversation:
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