Crohn’s Disease Questions: First in a Series

Crohn’s Disease Questions: First in a Series
Crohn’s Disease Questions Series: Part One Editor’s note: First in a series, “Crohn’s Disease Questions,” Mary Horsley answers some of the most commonly asked questions about IBD. With chronic illness comes questions of all kinds from family members, friends, acquaintances, and sometimes, even strangers. These questions come from people trying to figure out their limitations, gain ideas about their disease, understand others' suffering, or find out how patients manage and live with IBD. I have been asked some
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  1. Emily Thompson says:

    I’ve just started referring people to Wikipedia generally. If it’s on Wikipedia, it must be a thing.

    So the logic goes.

    • Mary Horsley says:

      Wikipedia, although it may have some correct information, is not considered a valid source for most schools or news outlets, it cannot always be trusted. I can add information, you can add information, anyone and everyone can add information, and that being said, that means information is not always correct. I like to give people real patient perspective, if that makes sense.

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