EPI: Don’t Keep a Lid on Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency (Part 2)
April 22, 2014
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EPI or Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency is a condition affecting the pancreas. EPI is the inability of the pancreas to produce enzymes that help in the digestion (breakdown) of food. Join gastroenterologist Doctor Bob Etemad whose mission is to educate and build awareness about EPI. A patient dealing with the condition will also lend her perspective on the topic.
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