Living With Crohn’s Disease

The current thinking in Crohn’s disease is to avoid surgery and minimize the use of steroids. In this video, Dr. Debra Helper - Medical Director of the Inflammatory Disease Program and Gastroenterologist at Indiana University Health - describes the signs, symptoms, and new practices associated with Crohn's disease. Using the latest therapeutic agents and technologies (e.g., radiography), radiologists, gastroenterologists, pathologists, and surgeons work together to help patients live normal lives.

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Living With Crohn’s Disease

The current thinking in Crohn’s disease is to avoid surgery and minimize the use of steroids. In this video, Dr. Debra Helper - Medical Director of the Inflammatory Disease Program and Gastroenterologist at Indiana University Health - describes the signs, symptoms, and new practices associated with Crohn's disease. Using the latest therapeutic agents and technologies (e.g., radiography), radiologists, gastroenterologists, pathologists, and surgeons work together to help patients live normal lives.

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