5 Things I Wish My Patients Knew About Treating Crohn's Disease

Understanding Your Crohn’s Disease

When I first diagnose patients with Crohn’s disease, they tend to be concerned about how a chronic disease will affect their lives. Most importantly, I want patients to know that Crohn’s disease is treatable. You can manage it if you keep these key factors in mind.



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Barry Levitt, MD


Barry Levitt, MD, is a board-certified gastroenterologist at Atlanta Gastroenterology Associates.
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Publish Date: Dec 14, 2015

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