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    1. Faster Ulcerative Colitis Treatment

      July 23, 2003 -- A new ulcerative colitis treatment may give new hope to patients suffering from mild to moderate forms of the disease. Using an epidermal growth factor (EGF) enema with oral medication is effective in treating the ulcers and inflammation that ulcerative colitis causes, a study shows

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    2. Crohn's Drug Works Longer in Drug Combo

      Feb. 12, 2003 -- Doctors once had little to offer patients with Crohn's disease, but that changed five years ago with the introduction of Remicade -- the first drug specifically designed to treat the chronic irritable bowel condition. The drug's promise has not been fulfilled for many patients who h

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    3. Long-Term Remicade Use Helps Crohn's

      May 2, 2002 -- When Remicade hit the market a few years back, it was a very welcome addition to the world of Crohn's disease -- a serious and painful bowel condition. Currently this drug is recommended only as a one-time injection. But a new study now shows that taking Remicade long term seems to be

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    4. The Secrets of Crohn's Disease

      Feb. 20, 2002 -- Time was, nobody knew much about inflammatory bowel disease. That's changing fast. New knowledge is bringing new treatments. Many of these new approaches have already reached human tests, according to an article in The New England Journal of Medicine. Some one million Americans suff

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    5. Remicade Puts Crohn's Disease Into Remission

      Oct. 22, 2001 -- A few years ago, Remicade brought good news to the world of Crohn's disease, which wreaks havoc on the bowels. And now, new research is showing that when given every few weeks, Remicade injections can actually keep people in remission. In the past, Crohn's disease, which affects a h

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    6. Patients Can Take Charge of Ulcerative Colitis

      Sept. 24, 2001 -- For those with ulcerative colitis -- often called inflammatory bowel disease -- flare-ups mean nasty abdominal pain, diarrhea, even bleeding ... until you get back on your medication. But if getting the prescription means waiting to see your doctor, that delay in treatment makes th

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    7. FDA Panel Gives the Nod to Bowel Control Device

      Aug. 17, 2001 (Washington) -- An advisory panel to the FDA has recommended for approval a new device that may be able to help thousands of people who have bowel control problems. Nancy Loitz, a sufferer of the condition known as fecal incontinence, says the device has changed her life. That device,

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    8. First Patient to Get Stem Cell Treatment for Crohn's in Remission

      Aug. 10, 2001 -- Joy Weiss treated herself to a Big Mac for lunch on Friday and then considered whether she should top off the meal with a salad, some fruit, or both. For most 20-somethings, that doesn't sound like an extraordinary lunch choice, but for Weiss it's a miracle meal. The miracle in this

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    9. Faulty Gene Found in People With Crohn's Disease

      May 21, 2001 -- For the first time, scientists have identified a faulty gene that triggers an abnormal reaction to bacteria invading the gut of some people with Crohn's disease. Crohn's is a potentially devastating disease that affects the digestive tract. American and European scientists, working s

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    10. Fight the Fire of Crohn's Disease: Quit Smoking!

      April 16, 2001 -- Having Crohn's disease reminds 20-year-old Matt Green of the sci-fi flick Alien -- specifically the scenes where the alien bursts out of a character's stomach. "Except that the alien never emerges. It just keeps pushing and pushing against the stomach," says Green, a computer scien

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