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Trials and Tribulations of a pandemic: there is a Probiotic for that!

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Trials and Tribulations of a pandemic: there is a Probiotic for that!

Related categories: Probiotics & prebiotics

With the autumn equinox near and 2020 more than half done, this year has been anything but normal. The global pandemic altered the world. Our third IPA webinar will feature the changed attitudes and lessons learned as we adapt to new realities.

Physicians conducting research, will discuss opportunities for a preventative approach in immune function and Covid 19 prophylaxis with probiotic applications borne from science and on-going clinical trials. We will also summarize updates from the probiotic e-commerce world.

Please join IPA and its distinguished speakers for its third webinar on probiotics and the pandemic.

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Speakers

Ewa Hudson Ewa Hudson Director of Insights
Lumina Intelligence

Paul Wischmeyer M.D., E.D.I.C., FASPEN, FCCM Paul Wischmeyer M.D., E.D.I.C., FASPEN, FCCM Professor of Anesthesiology and Surgery
Duke University School of Medicine

Professor Robert-Jan M. Brummer, MD, PhD. Professor Robert-Jan M. Brummer, MD, PhD. Professor of Gastroenterology and Clinical Nutrition
Örebro University

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