Study findings provide new insight into inflammatory bowel disease
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  October 18, 2017  
  Ulcerative Colitis  
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 Study findings provide new insight into inflammatory bowel diseaseStudy findings provide new insight into inflammatory bowel disease
 
Findings from a study into Crohn's disease, led by William G. Kerr, Ph.D., of SUNY Upstate Medical University, and his collaborators at the Erasmus Medical Center in the Netherlands, provide the first evidence that patients with debilitating inflammatory bowel disease lack sufficient quantities of a protein that comes from the SHIP1 gene.
 
 
 Study finds more patients with ulcerative colitis but less number of surgeriesStudy finds more patients with ulcerative colitis but less number of surgeries
 
Today, a higher number of patients with ulcerative colitis are able to keep their bowel and steer clear of surgery, as shown in a study from örebro University.
 
   What is Lymphogranuloma Venereum?What is Lymphogranuloma Venereum?
 
Lymphogranuloma venereum is an infrequent sexually-transmitted disease caused by three distinct serovars of Chlamydia trachomatis (L1, L2 and L3) that primarily infect the lymphatic tissue. This infection can be transmitted through unprotected sexual contacts (either vaginal, oral or anal).
 
 What is SIBO?
 
What is SIBO?The intestine is colonized by enteric bacteria immediately after birth, and this prevents the growth of pathogenic bacteria in the small intestine. The composition of the intestinal bacterial population remains constant during the individual’s lifespan unless altered by extrinsic means.
 
 
 Five new ways individualized medicine has moved from research lab into clinical care
 
Five new ways individualized medicine has moved from research lab into clinical careAdvancements in individualized medicine are offering health care providers new tools to quickly and accurately diagnose, treat, predict and, eventually, prevent disease. Keith Stewart, M.B., Ch.B., Carlson and Nelson Endowed Director, Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine, today outlined five new ways individualized medicine has moved from the research lab into clinical care. Dr.