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Making Bread Safe for Celiacs

By Alix Stuart | Globe Correspondent

{Boston Globe} – When Leslie Williams, a former pharmaceutical executive, agreed to meet a visiting professor from Australia in Boston for a lecture, she thought it would be a routine lunch in her role as a business mentor.

But the meeting, three years ago at the Boston Cambridge Marriott, turned into an intense five-hour discussion as Dr. Robert Anderson explained how his research into celiac disease promised to render the destructive disorder obsolete.

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Leslie Williams has more than 20 years of industry experience in health care, management, commercial product development and marketing. In 2010, she founded ImmusanT, Inc. where she currently serves as director, president & CEO. Williams holds an MBA from Washington University and earned a BSN degree (with honors) from the University of Iowa. Before entering the health care product development industry, she was a critical care nurse at Duke University, Medical College of Virginia and at the University of Iowa.

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Mar 14th, 2013