Promising New Ulcerative Colitis Therapy Revealed in COLLECT Trial Result

Promising New Ulcerative Colitis Therapy Revealed in COLLECT Trial Result
A research team led by Christopher Hawkey, a professor from Nottingham University Hospitals, U.K., reported promising results for a novel potential therapy for ulcerative colitis – cobitolimod. The study “Clinical effects of a topically applied Toll- receptor 9 agonist in active moderate to severe ulcerative colitis,” published in the Journal of Crohn’s and Colitis (JCC), investigated the drug’s treatment

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5 comments

  1. Doris Brown says:

    I was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis a year and a half ago, none of the medication doctors have given me work, the intestinal pain which effects my left side, back and legs is effecting my job and personnel life, I have changed my diet several times trying to get relief to no avail, bleeding has become common place, doctors will not prescribe pain medications, I do not know what else to do

    • Nk adhikary. says:

      I was passing through the traumatic condition of the disease. But now it is in remission. Take advice of good gastroentrologist. Because depending on your condition you may need steroids & other medicines. I was treated with steroids, messacol enema, messacol tablet. Now i am on maintenance dose of 4 tab twice daily. You must continue medicine.

  2. Kathleen Jeffrey says:

    Try the Elaine Gotshall diet (carb. free).
    Book is called ‘Break this Vicious Cycle’
    It really worked for me.
    Good luck. 👍🏼

  3. Terrie Kurtzhals says:

    I went to Colorado on vacation tried marijuana gummies, what a difference, no pain no BM’s. Willing to do again!

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