3rd July 2013

Study sheds light on Crohn's disease
3News NZ
A newly released survey has shed some light on how New Zealanders cope with Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Around 15,000 Kiwis suffer from the disease and researchers sought to understand just how people's lives are affected and to raise awareness ...
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Crohn's exhibition a record of disease
Manawatu Standard
Christchurch associate professor Richard Gearry said the survey had given experts a "good insight for the way people were presenting with the disease. There are some really interesting results. We tend to think of IBD as an outpatient disease, but ...
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SNOOKER: Carter reveals cancer diagnosis
New Straits Times
This was the latest health scare for Carter, who in 2003 was diagnosed with Crohn's disease, a long-term condition that causes inflammation of the lining of the digestive system. However, the Englishman, from Essex, east of London, posted an upbeat ...
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Bacteria May Be Answer To Fighting Autoimmune Disease
And doctors are seeing symptoms go away as a result, particularly in the trials dealing with Crohn's disease. "We see results six to eight weeks after taking the products," explains Hehenberger. It's still not clear how long a patient would need to ...
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