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  1. Most Pain Relievers Unsafe for Inflammatory Bowel Disease

    Sept. 7, 2000 -- Susan Johnson was taking some 400 ibuprofen tablets a month for pain when she finally saw her doctor in August. She knew she was taking way too much, because the diarrhea that is a symptom of the inflammatory intestinal disease she has battled for two decades was worse than it had b

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  2. People With Treatment-Resistant Crohn's Disease May Benefit From Thalidomide

    Dec. 8, 1999 (Baltimore) -- Thalidomide, the drug so many people have heard of because of its association with causing birth defects, may be useful in treating people with severe Crohn's disease who have not responded to other treatments, according to two studies in the December issue of the journal

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