13 WORLD GASTROENTEROLOGY NEWS FEBRUARY 2017 Editorial | Expert Point of View | Gastro 2016: EGHS-WGO | WDHD News | WGO & WGOF News | WGO Global Guidelines | Calendar of Events Top fundraising team from Queen’s University Christina Siamalekas sprints across the finish what the foundation does – provide compassionate support and develop critical resources to help patients not only survive but thrive despite living with, or at risk of developing, diges-tive disease. In Canada, over 20 million Cana-dians suffer from digestive disorders every year. The foundation believes this is unnecessary and unacceptable. The foundation helps individuals recognize symptoms they experi-ence, understand digestive diseases line and their treatment options, connect with others who have similar expe-riences, and find effective ways to manage their digestive health. As the Foundation of the Canadian Associa-tion of Gastroenterology, the CDHF works with Canada’s leading digestive health experts, physicians, scientists and other health care professionals to develop practical, science-based information that is up to date and unbiased. It is our mission to reduce suffering, improve quality of life and proactively protect and enhance the digestive health of Canadians. Click here to view all of the photos of the 2016 RISE Revolution team. To see the CDHF RISE Revolution Cycle team in action, visit CDHF’s Facebook page at www.FaceBook. com/CDHFdn.
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