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In the realm of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), endpoints can be based on many things. We commonly use subjective assessments and complement these with more objective evaluations, including laboratory, endoscopic and radiologic studies. A great deal depends on the context in which these are considered: are they in reference to an individual patient or to […]

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The pathogenesis of IBD is complex and involves both genetic and environmental factors. Among the environmental factors associated with IBD, diet and the intestinal microbiota would seem the most likely to be modifiable, making them potential targets for disease prevention and treatment. Also, in the past five years, researchers have learned much about the effects […]