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Crohn's disease


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  • Website: Mayo Clinic
  • Resource type: Article

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Crohn’s disease causes inflammation of your digestive tract. There is no known cure or single treatment that works for everyone. Diet changes can help improve symptoms (details in this resource).


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abdominal, gas, cramps, nutrition, IBD, irritable bowel disease, intestine, colon, perianal disease, bowel

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Rated on: 4/11/2017 12:24:35 PM

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