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Common Complications of Crohn's Disease

The faster you seek treatment for complications arising from Crohn's disease, the sooner you'll get relief. 

Expert Advice on Crohn's Disease

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A Physician's Guide to Treating Crohn's

Treatment has come a long way for people with Crohn’s. A variety of medical and surgical methods are now available.
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5 FAQs About Crohn's Disease

Gastroenterologist Barry Levitt, MD, answers common questions about Crohn's.
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How to Keep Crohn's Disease in Remission

With the right treatment, you can make Crohn's disease disappear into remission.

Doctor and Patient Perspectives

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Crohn's Disease: Why See a Specialist?

Crohn’s disease is a complex disease that affects everyone differently. That’s why patients should follow unique treatment plans.
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Crohn's By the Numbers

Know the important statistics around Crohn's disease.

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Managing Crohn's Day to Day

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How Doctors Diagnose Crohn's Disease

If you’re experiencing Crohn’s symptoms, an accurate diagnosis can help you start effective treatment as soon as possible.
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10 Holiday Survival Tips with Crohn's Disease

It's the most wonderful time of the year -- or is it? For Crohn's patients, a holiday party can be anything but jolly.
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Treatment Options for Crohn's Disease

Treatment has come a long way for people with Crohn’s. A variety of medical and surgical methods are now available.
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4 Risks of Not Treating Crohn's Disease

Letting Crohn's disease go untreated can lead to all kinds of complications.

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