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      IBD: Diet & Nutrition - 02/23/2018

    Presenters: Kelly Issokson, MS, RD, CNSC and Caroline Hwang, MD

    Join us for this educational webcast that will highlight how IBD patients can maintain good nutrition to reduce symptoms, replace lost nutrients and promote healing.


    This program was made possible through an independent medical education grant from Nestlé Health Science.




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      Step Therapy: An Obstacle Course to Optimal Health - 02/23/2018

    Presenters: Sandra Kim, MD and David T. Rubin, MD

    This presentation provides an overview of step therapy, and information on how you can participate in the Foundation’s advocacy efforts to reform the practice of step therapy on the state and federal levels.


    This program is supported by a charitable contribution form Celgene Corporation, and sponsorships from Pfizer, Inc., Takeda Pharmaceuticals U.S.A., Inc., and UCB, Inc.




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      Amemia & IBD - 11/13/2017

    Presenter: Dr. Jason Hou

    Anemia is the most common extra-intestinal complication of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) occurring in approximately 1 out of 3 IBD patients. Despite its frequency, it is often overlooked and undiagnosed. Join Dr. Jason Hou, Assistant Professor of Gastroenterology at the Baylor College of Medicine, as he highlights the signs and symptoms of anemia and provides guidance on how to engage with your provider regarding testing and caring for anemia.


    This program is supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Luitpold Pharmaceuticals, Inc. American Regent and logo are registered trademarks of Luitpold Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and used with permission.




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     Crohn's & Colitis Research Updates- 12/14/16

    Presenters:  Eugene Yen, MD and Robert McCabe, MD


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      Colorectal Cancer: Risk and Prevention

    Presenters: Dr. Karlee Ausk, Dr. Ann Flynn, Dr. Blair Fennimore

    Join us for this educational webcast that will highlight important informaton on risk factors for colorectal cancer in IBD patients, and steps you can take to prevent it!


    This program is supported by the Maxine and Jack Zarrow Family Foundation. Additional support is provided through CCFA’s annual giving programs and donors.




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    Know the Basics: Understanding Clinical Trials

    Presenters:  Catherine Gregor, MBA, CCRP, CCRC; Leslie Boone, MPH

    This webcast discusses what is involved in a clinical trial, the phases of a study, and what you need to know before participating.




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     Journey Toward a Cure: Updates in Crohn's & Colitis Research

    Presenters: Dr. James Lewis, Dr. Michael Kappelman, Dr. Francisco Sylvester

    Join us for this educational webcast that will highlight research in the field of inflammatory bowel diseases like Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. Learn about the importance of clinical trials, future of IBD research, and how you can get involved to pave the way towards future therapies./span>




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     CCFA's Patient Powered Research Network

    Presenters: Dr. Millie Long, Susan Johnson, Nick Uzl

    Join over 14,000 members and participate in CCFA's internet cohort study. Learn how you can partake in research, and gain access to disease management tools




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    Diagnosing and Monitoring IBD- 9/16/15

    Presenter:  Sunanda Kane, MD

    This educational webcast will provide in-depth information on diagnostic tests and monitoring tools to help manage Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis.

    Supported by Medtronic

    New IBD medications may have been approved since the creation of this webcast.  View a listing of recently approved IBD medications.



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    Complementary & Alternative Approaches in IBD- 5/12/15

    Presenter:  Dr. Taz Bhatia

    This educational webcast will discuss the relationship of complementary and alternative medicine to Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. Listen as our medical expert presents examples of therapies and studies related to IBD.

    Supported by an educational grant from Genentech

    New IBD medications may have been approved since the creation of this webcast.  View a listing of recently approved IBD medications.



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    Managing Costs of IBD Care - 12/18/13

    Presenters: Karen Hanson, RN, CNP; Susanne Benouna; Elizabeth Messenge

    This program discusses the financial burdern of IBD and reviews resources available to assist in cost of medications and care. The program reviews rights for disability, medical leave, and social security benefits.


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    Pain in IBD: Causes & Treatment Options- 9/17/2013

    Presenter: Dr. Eva Szigethy

    This program discusses the causes of pain in IBD, therapy options that can help relieve pain, and resources available for pain management in IBD.



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    By: Crohn's & Colitis Foundation
    Published: November 9, 2016

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