Below you’ll find all of our archived press releases, articles written by the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation, as well as research articles from external media sources. You can also search for a specific news item or topic by using direct keywords (for example, “the foundation research”) or by filtering the news by date or category.
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GI Buddy: New, interactive tool allows patients to manage and track all aspects of their disease
CCFA has launched an online support group on its CCFA Community site.
(NECN) - A former New England Patriot star is finally opening up with his 10-year battle with a digestive disease that impacts thousands of Americans each year.
Learn more about our local and national services available during the recovery process. Also includes advice on precautions to take if water supplies are comprised along with links to other services that may be useful to you and your families.
New Law Requiring Businesses To Make Employee-Only Bathrooms Accessible for Crohn’s Patients on 10/30October 22, 2012
Needham, MA- On October 30, 2012, the Restroom Access law officially goes into effect, which will require all businesses in Massachusetts with at least three employees to allow inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) sufferers to use an employee-only restroom if public facilities aren’t available.
CCFA mourns the passing of our good friend and advocate, Gary Collins. Mr. Collins, an Emmy-award winning talk show host and actor, was a loyal supporter of CCFA along with his wife, Mary Ann Mobley.
Caltech researcher Sarkis Mazmanian wins one of 23 MacArthur genius grants.
Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America Debuts New, Interactive Website Geared Especially for College StudentsOctober 10, 2012
The Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA), the nation’s leading nonprofit organization dedicated to curing Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, is excited to introduce a brand new website especially for college students with Inflammatory Bowel Diseases (IBD), Campus Connection (www.ccfa.org/campus-connection/).