A genetic variant has been identified that increases people’s risk of developing perianal Crohn’s disease, the most debilitating manifestation of the disorder.
Researchers from Cedars-Sinai (USA) have identified a genetic variant that increases people’s risk of developing perianal Crohn’s disease, the most debilitating manifestation of this pathology. The variant produces changes in the DNA that lead to loss of function of the protein, which … + read more
UEG Week 2022 Shares the Latest Data on Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis from AbbVie
Final analysis of the phase III U-Achieve maintenance study of upadacitinib in moderately to severely active ulcerative colitis. + read more
Improve intestinal transit with Radilax Pro®, a stick pack food supplement based on ingredients of 100% natural origin
With this launch, Cairn Pharma expands its range of digestive products, one of which is Redigest Pro®. + read more
Living with dogs may protect children from Crohn’s disease
The association of children ages 5 to 15 with a companion dog will promote healthy intestinal permeability and a balance between microbes in the gut and the body’s immune response, according to a recent thesis. + read more
They find that gay men have an increased risk of inflammatory bowel disease
This is confirmed by a large study that shows a higher prevalence of malignancy in men who have high-risk sex with people of the same sex. + read more
Gregorio Marañon Hospital Receives GETECU Quality Certification for Its Comprehensive IBD Care
The Maranon Center for Immunity-Mediated Inflammatory Diseases (CEMI) provides care for approximately 1,100 people affected by Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis annually. + read more
Up to 50% of people with Crohn’s disease may be affected by “bowel fibrosis”.
Called “bowel fibrosis”, at the moment, there is no treatment other than surgery to repair the blocked section of intestine. + read more