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Newly Diagnosed Crohn’s Patients Event Information Medical Therapy


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Date and time: Thursday, January 22, 2015 9:00 pm
Central Standard Time (Chicago, GMT-06:00)
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Program: Trusted Therapies Webinars
Duration: 1 hour
Description: Dr. Bressler will present the latest information on Crohn’s treatments and research. He’ll also share tips that every Crohn’s patient needs to know.

-Format: 30 minute presentation followed by a 30 minute question & answer period.
-Q&A: anyone watching can submit a question during the program via live chat.

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  1. Eman Reply

    Hi, This post left me feeling a litlte as you are experiencing, not that I have lost someone close to me but that I too have come to the end of the line in terms of meds. Remicade had stopped working for me now and I have been asked to take part in trials for a drug called Tysabri (natalizumab). This is a big step for me because the biggest issue with it can lead to a brain virus which it seems is incurable! So as I also have a young family do I go for it in the hope that I dont get the virus or Surgery. My Doctor is great, fantastic in fact and I trust him but where I have always tried to keep my Disease on the back burner, it seems to have crept to the front. I am in a mess over this one and have every medication out there and although Remicade was good to me for 7 years, it also has expired for me.So yes I also think about whats important to me and I want to live to a ripe old age but the older I get everything seems to get much more complicated.Sharon

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