Researchers at the Francis Crick Institute and Aalborg University in Copenhagen have shown that changes can be detected in blood tests up to eight years before a diagnosis… read more.
People with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) are more likely to have a stroke than people without the disease, according to a study published in the June 14, 2023,… read more.
Frequent use of antibiotics may heighten the risk of inflammatory bowel disease—Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis—among the over 40s, suggests research published online in the journal Gut. The risk… read more.
Dr Bram Verstockt (Leuven, Belgium) discusses a biopsy study looking at increases NCR+ ILC3 levels in IBD patients on biologic therapy.
IBD is still mainly a phenomenon of the Western world, but the incidence is increasing steeply in newly industrialised countries where the population is undergoing rapid urbanisation…
Metabolic interactions between the gut microbiome and its human host are thought to play a key role in the development of IBD and may hold the key to… read more.
The first-ever head-to-head comparative trial of two biological therapies in IBD indicates that UC patients treated with vedolizumab are significantly more likely to achieve remission than with adalimumab…. read more.
The sessions at ECCO 2019 were packed full of interesting data highlights and hot topics relevant to the treatment of IBD. In the video above, Professor Stefan Schreiber… read more.
Among the late-breaking clinical trial abstracts at UEG Week were new data for ustekinumab in UC, a new formulation for subcutaneous administration of vedolizumab, and early clinical data… read more.
Professor Stefan Schreiber (Germany) discusses the future of therapies in IBD.
Dr Filip Baert (Belgium) discusses the debate at UEGW on treating to target and tight monitoring in IBD.
Dr Johan Burisch (Denmark) reviews data he presented on the cost saving effect of biological therapy in patients with IBD.