Bacteria That May Cause Crohn’s, and Its Link to Animals, Are Key Topics at Philadelphia Event

Bacteria That May Cause Crohn’s, and Its Link to Animals, Are Key Topics at Philadelphia Event
Growing evidence suggests that the Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis (MAP) is the bacteria that causes Crohn’s disease and that the disease can be transmitted from animals to humans, scientists at a Philadelphia conference revealed. Researchers from around the world attended the event to exchange information and seek consensus on diagnostic tests and therapeutic options for detecting

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2 comments

    • Lynn Santaniello says:

      I would be interested in the clinical trial of RHB-104 I have had Crohn’s for 40 yrs. I have been on every drug available my disease does not respond to any drugs except 6-MP after one of my 8 bowel resections it put me in remission for 8 years. I am currently on it again, and it seems to be working on one part of my crohn’s, but not on the other symptoms.

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