Crohn's Disease?

New study treatments that may put you back in control.

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The chronic inflammatory condition of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract that can cause physical irritation has several options on the market. But, we’re working on giving you new options. Learn about the cutting-edge study treatments being investigated in your neighborhood.


5-20%

of people with Crohn's or Ulcerative Colitis have a close family member with the disease.

780k

Americans are thought to have Crohn's disease.

~70%

of people with Crohn's may require surgery to remove a diseased portion of their intestines.

Crohn’s can be incredibly isolating - people don’t want to talk about digestive issues… People just don’t understand it.

Patient

15 years with Crohn's Disease

Early on, I just got mad and frustrated with Crohn's, but I was not going to let this illness stop me from doing what I wanted to do.

Patient

7 years with Crohn's Disease


Crohn's Disease Clinical Trials

Learn about the newest Crohn's Disease study treatments now being investigated, including cutting-edge options available to clinical trial participants.

TrialSpark is now recruiting for a trial that tests the effectiveness of a new study treatment for Crohn's Disease.


Crohn's Disease In the News

From the latest relevant research and Crohn's Disease expert interviews to personal stories and advice on managing your symptoms, here’s everything about Crohn's Disease that’s making headlines.


FAQ

Whether you’re considering participating in a clinical trial or just looking for more information about Crohn's Disease, we want you to keep you informed about living with Crohn's, your treatment options, and the clinical trial process.


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New study treatments are being developed and investigated that may help address your condition.

Updated June 2019