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Trust Your Gut – the Microbiome & Autoimmunity

DrBonnie360 returns to Cambridge HealthTech Institute’s 2nd Annual Targeting the Microbiome Conference in Boston, MA on September 20. Highlighting the influence of the microbiome on autoimmune disease, DrBonnie360 will be presenting the latest in how the microbiome affects IBD, Celiac, MS, RA, and Lupus, as well as pioneering companies working in this sphere. Here is… Continue reading Trust Your Gut – the Microbiome & Autoimmunity

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Saving Our Children: Reversing the Autoimmune Epidemic

By: Tiffany Simms, Bonnie Feldman, Ellen M. MartinDrBonnie360 returns to Stanford Medicine X a third time in a row, this time bringing the lonely voices of autoimmune disease to the main stage. After spotlighting autoimmune disease for two years, there is no better time to reverse the epidemic than today. A brighter, healthier future is… Continue reading Saving Our Children: Reversing the Autoimmune Epidemic

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Autoimmunity Voices

About Us: Although digital health commands $4B in funding, autoimmune diseases have remained wallflowers at the party. So, how do we make this lonely world of autoimmune disease not so lonely? Currently, there is a huge unmet need in autoimmune disease. These not-obvious - under the surface - invisible - diseases cause 50 million patients… Continue reading Autoimmunity Voices

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Slides from the Stanford Medicine X Panel: Platform gaps in Healthcare

View the slides from DrBonnie360's Stanford Medicine X Panel on Open versus Closed Data - What are the business models? Is there a “Platform” gap in healthcare? What are the business models? from DrBonnie360 https://www.slideshare.net/DrBonnie360/stanford-medicine-x-open-versus-closed-data-dr-bonnie360  

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The Celiac Disease Foundation: Raising Awareness and Promoting Research

Elaine Monarch suffered from a mysterious illness for most of her adult life.  It was only in her 50s that she received an accurate diagnosis: celiac disease (CD). CD is an autoimmune disease that causes damage to the small intestine when a person eats gluten, a protein found in common grains like wheat. Ten years… Continue reading The Celiac Disease Foundation: Raising Awareness and Promoting Research

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One Person’s Power to Ignite Collaboration

Kathy Giusti was an ambitious Harvard Business School graduate with a promising career in the pharmaceutical industry.  Her attention was focused on her work, her growing family, and their new home, but the trajectory of her life took a dramatic turn when she was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma, a rare blood cancer, at the age… Continue reading One Person’s Power to Ignite Collaboration

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The Rare Genomics Institute: Fostering Collaboration by Breaking Down Barriers

Jimmy Lin, MD PhD MHS, thinks of his digital health nonprofit startup, The Rare Genomics Institute, as an “Amazon-slash-Kickstarter for Science.”  Jimmy was inspired to start the RGI when he met a family whose young son had a rare disease.  The family was exhausting their resources going from doctor to doctor, failing to find anyone… Continue reading The Rare Genomics Institute: Fostering Collaboration by Breaking Down Barriers