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Breaking news on the WORLD IBD DAY event we organised in Brussels on May the 19th.
A great day for people with IBD!
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Crohn’s and Colitis UK is marking World IBD Day 2011 by launching a report on “Crohn’s and Colitis and Employment: From career aspirations to reality’ in the UK Parliament. New research has found that 68% of people with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) feel that they have little or no control over their working conditions and [...]
New research indicates the number of Australians living with IBD is on the rise. A study by gastroenterologist Jarrad Wilson shows the importance of knowing how many people have IBD.
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LAST year CCA awarded the inuagural $150,000 Angela McAvoy Fellowship to Dr Antonina Mikocka-Walus for her research study, Does cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) improve psychological and/or clinical outcomes in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)? A pilot randomised control trial. Here Dr Mikocka-Walus provides an update on her study.
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Worldwide, five million people live with Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, conditions known as inflammatory bowel diseases.
World IBD Day, led by patient organizations representing 27 countries on four continents, will officially be celebrated on May 19, 2010.