Recent advances have provided substantial insight into the maintenance of mucosal immunity and the pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel disease.
Conversely, Ulcerative Colitis only affects surface mucosa so it can work well for it. … There have been many that for them 6MP was a miracle drug and gave them back their child for others it has not worked. It does take a … Read Full Article Teenagers on 6MP Tags: Children Ulcerative Colitis, Crohns […]
To explore fecal calprotectin levels in pediatric ulcerative colitis (UC) in relation with the validated clinical activity index PUCAI. Methods. This retrospective study included all children with UC who had calprotectin measured and clinical data recorded for the assessment of the PUCAI at the Children’s Hospital of Helsinki from December 2005 to January 2012, most […]
Six-year-old Sean Scott adores frogs, mother nature and scientific research. Getting what he is calling a special tummy is not going to stop him from being outside whenever possible. Exactly what it entails, nevertheless, is the fact that just about every eight weeks, Sean, accompanied by his dad, Matt, or his mom, Jessie, will have […]
Ever feel like no one else understands what it’s like to have intestinal disease? To help you get connected, iDEAS KiDS offers an online discussion group through Google Groups – a place to talk about the unique challenges of being a teenager, and find support from other teens with intestinal disease. To protect your privacy […]
Parents of Children, You have just learned that your child has a chronic form of inflammatory bowel disease
The following links provide information about everything from symptoms to treatments to how to talk to your friends about IBD. Inflammatory Bowel Disease (Kids Health) When was the last time you had a stomachache? It’s normal for all kids to get bellyaches once in a while. But some kids get bad stomach pain all the […]
UOAC Ostomy Youth Camp To provide an opportunity for young people aged 9-18 with consideration to emotional growth and maturity, who have ostomies or other special related needs (intermittent catheterization; urinary or bowel incontinence; internal pouch; Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis), to attend camp and participate in camp activities under professional supervision Provide formal/informal education […]