EB Medical Research Foundation picnic presented by Yogen Fruz

Aaron Serruya, co-founder of Yogen Früz, and actors Courtney Cox and David Arquette

June 28, 2009
The Malibu Lumber Yard
Malibu, California

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Actress Brooke Shields and daughter Rowan Henchy
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Actor James Marsden
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Actress Courtney Cox
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Actress Denise Richards and daughter Lola Rose Sheen

The EB Medical Research Foundation was established in 1991 by Gary & Lynn Fechser Anderson at the request of Dr Eugene Bauer, then Professor and Chairman of the Department of Dermatology at The Stanford University School of Medicine. His research team was making exciting progress of their study of EB but needed additional funding to realize their goals and Yogen Früz contributed to help them continue their research.

Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) is a group of diseases characterized by blister formation after minor trauma to the skin. This family of disorders, most of which are inherited, range in severity from mild to the severely disabling and life-threatening diseases of the skin. Estimates indicate that as many as 100,000 Americans suffer from some form of EB.

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2 Comments »

  1. Do you have franchises yet in North and South Carolina? I am a former chef who happened to be vacationing with my family in San Fran last month. I tried a Yogen Fruz and was BLOWN AWAY by both it’s taste and texture!!! A true epiphany of clean flavor and deliciousness.Do you need to have an enormous amount of money to acquire a franchise license?Please advise.

    Comment by katherine mcwilliams — July 5, 2009 @ 6:15 pm

  2. gostaria de saber se tem yogenfruz aqui no BRASIL,mais especificamente em sao paulo,muito obrigado

    Comment by carla leopoldino gomes — July 16, 2009 @ 5:45 pm

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