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Statement on TPN shortages
19 August 2019
Calea UK are currently unable to deliver total parenteral nutrition (TPN) bags to a significant number of UK patients, affecting some with Crohn's or Colitis.
New Pain Research: ‘You’ve got to keep going’
15 August 2019
New research published in the British Journal of Pain has looked into the experiences of people with Crohn’s and Colitis who suffer from pain, and the techniques they use to cope.
Shocking cost of constipation
12 August 2019
A new report from The Bowel Interest Group has revealed the impact the subject of constipation has on the UK, including the cost to the NHS and the effect on people who experience this debilitating symptom.
Want to shape the future of research?
09 August 2019
Research isn’t just lab coats and test tubes, it’s about finding answers to questions that matter. Our Patient Involvement in Research day is a perfect opportunity for you to have your say on research that’s being done and how…
Diet research receives funding boost
08 August 2019
One of our researchers, Dr Konstantinos Gerasimidis has received almost £1million to take on further research into CD-TREAT, a special diet that uses everyday food to achieve the same gut microbiome changes as those seen in the liquid-only diet…
Andrew completes L’Etape UK
05 August 2019
Andrew Parson recently completed L'Etape UK, the official tour de France sportive, in support of Crohn's & Colitis UK. Here, he shares his experience and motivation...
Campaign to train 100 IBD Nurses
02 August 2019
We’re excited to be launching our new Nurse Specialist programme to help train 100 new IBD Nurses.
Rate of Crohn’s and Colitis in Edinburgh increases
01 August 2019
New research from the University of Edinburgh has revealed that 1 in 125 people in Edinburgh have Crohn’s or Colitis, which is one of the highest rates in the world. The researchers predict that this will rise to 1 in 98 by 2028.
Why the updated NICE guidelines matter
30 July 2019
The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) has updated sections of their guidelines on Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis. These guidelines help outline the recommended treatment and care healthcare professionals…
Patient Involvement in Research Day: New and exciting ways to be part of research
29 July 2019
It's simple and rewarding to get involved with research and our Patient Involvement in Research day can allows you to learn about innovative research opportunities that can ultimately help find a cure.
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