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Tuesday, June 23, 2015
Symposium: Treating Crohn's as a MAP infection

A Symposium devoted to treatment of Crohn's disease as a MAP infection is the subject of an International Research Symposium being held August 16, 2015 in Deerfield, IL. Dr. Chamberlin, a U.S. gastroenterologist, and Dr. Amy Hermon-Taylor from the UK will describe recent advances in novel therapies for Crohn's disease based on the principle that this is an infectious disease. Mr. Patrick McLean, Product Manager at Redhill Biopharma Ltd., is also on the program. RedHill is an Israeli biopharmaceutical company that owns RHB-104, a potentially groundbreaking antibiotic combination therapy in oral capsule formulation, with potent intracellular, antimycobacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. RHB-104 is in phase III clinical trials for treatment of Crohn's disease.

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Monday, February 16, 2015
One Health - MAP - Crohn's Disease

Over 100 years have passed since the Scottish surgeon Dalziel first speculated that the inflammatory bowel disease of humans known as Crohn’s disease has the same underlying trigger as Johne’s disease in animals; namely MAP. This issue is explored in language readily understood by non-scientists in a story posted today on www.BestStory.ca. This website provides comprehensive in-depth stories on a wide range of topics. The story on MAP and Crohn’s disease, by Michael T. Collins, was posted today, February 16, 2015. BestStory.ca sustains itself, without advertising revenue, by charging a small fee (40 cents) to read each story. A story “teaser”, plus editor’s notes, and a first-hand account of what it is like to live with Crohn’s disease, are provided for free to help readers judge if they want to read more.

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Thursday, February 5, 2015
New website concerning MAP and Crohn's disease

A new website has been launched that is devoted to the topic of MAP and it's role in Crohn's disease. People visiting the site are encouraged to watch the 16 minute video on the site's home page.

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