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Welcome to the Crohn's Disease Education Network
Whether you're living with Crohn's or caring for someone with this disease, you'll find the latest information and resources right here.
Remicade News
On 5/19/06, the FDA approved Remicade (infliximab) for use in pediatric patients with moderately to severely active Crohn's disease who have had an inadequate response to convential therapies.
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Diagnosis and Disease Basics
Learn all about the signs and symptoms of Crohn's and hear expert strategies for getting a solid diagnosis.
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You have questions about Crohn's disease, and we know the national experts who can help you find answers.
Crohn's Basics
Crohn's often starts during adolescence and early adulthood. Do you know how it's diagnosed, how it progresses, and how it's treated? Find the facts.


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