Research on Crohns Disease
The research on crohns disease is getting better and better, and they find out more and more things about this mysterious disease.
More and more people become sick in the world, and more and more people gets crohns disease or ulcerative colitis and so on. So they really need to do a lot of research on this, because more and more people needs a cure.
This page is my favourite page at my whole website. I think it's very exciting to read about the latest news on the research they do on crohns disease, and it's very exciting to follow the progress they make every month.
I also learn a lot about crohns disease and how it behaves, and what they think might cause it. Sometimes I think it's very hard to understand what I'm reading, because they use words that's very difficult for me to understand. But it gives me a feeling that scientists and doctors all around the world do a lot of research on crohns disease at the moment, and I hope they'll soon comes up with a cure for everyone with this disease.
So, this page it's absolutely worth visiting every no and then!
I'll try to to post all the newest information about the research on crohns disease I can find, and I'll also try to keep it up to date. But if you've visited this page before (let's say about a month ago) and you visit it again now, and there's nothing new information here, come back soon, because there's a chance that I've wrote something new here in the meanwhile. (You can also get the latest news on this site by subscribing to my free newsletter or sign up to what I call "crohns blog").
But I can tell you one thing for sure. This research part on crohns disease can be a bit frustrating and a bit confusing. The reason for that is because people don't know much about crohns disease, and scientists have their own version of what's causing the disease, why it behaves like it does and so on. So if you read one place that they believe that the cause is this and that, you might read another place the next thay, that some other people believe that the cause is something completely different than what you read the day before...So just hang in there, and don't get too excited about the news you get, before you're absolutely sure that it's correct and that they can prove it.
But if you think about it, that's a good thing! You need to fail sometimes to learn, and get better on what you're doing. It's like "Learning by burning". And it always comes something new some people have big faith in, and others don't, but they're always making progress, and that's a good thing.
You have to remember that it's quite early in the research on crohns disease, and that it's a quite new disease. And a lot of people don't like to talk about it and therefore it's very unknown to the majority of the people in the world. So, I've decided to not get too excited about the news I read about the research on crohns disease, but maybe wait a couple of days after I've read it, and then talk to my doctor about it to see if he knows anything about it. If he does, and if he believes in it, then I get excited.
I can give you an example. I looked around on the internet to see if I could find any good news about crohns disease. And then I stumbled upon an old norwegian article about crohns disease. The headline was like this: "The solution for crohns disease". And I thought: "Yeah, right...". But I kept on reading, and what I've read was completely different from all the things I've ever learned about crohns disease. Completely different..! But this article was made in 2006, and they've done a lot of research since 2006, so that was just a proof on all the progress they've made since then. And that actually made me happy.
to get to an article which, to me, seems very promising. (07.09.2009).
to get to an article about a new "sugar bug" that can help people with bowel diseases. (21.08.2009).
to get to an article about behavior change in crohns disease. (12.08.2009).
to get to an article about some researchers that think they have identified a link between inflammatory disease genes. (11.07.2009).
to get to an article about a guy that build an iPhone application to help the doctors. (22.05.2009).
to get to an article about stem cell focus for IBD wound healing. (29.04.2009).
to get to an article about Humira vs. Remicade. (27.01.2009).
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