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All On The Board Dec 1
It’s Crohn’s & Colitis Awareness Week (1st Dec-7th Dec). It takes guts to talk about Crohn’s and Colitis, but we can do it and break the stigma.
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Dr Hamied Haroon Dec 3
This is week is also and I can completely relate to this extraordinary poem displayed on the Thank you 💜
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Vipul Jairath MD PhD Nov 30
We still have a lot of work to do to destigmatize gastrointestinal diseases and ensure early access to treatment ⁦⁦⁩ ⁦ ⁦⁦⁩ “You don't have to suffer in silence”. and Awareness Month.
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11 Health Nurse Program Dec 2
Crohns & Colitis Awareness week is here and has a special place in our hearts, as so many of our patients have first hand experience with these incurable digestive diseases.
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Nature Reviews Disease Primers 12h
Multiple factors contribute to the pathophysiology of ulcerative , a chronic bowel disease
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Rachel A #WeGoGreener Nov 29
Might as well set up my desk in the loo at this rate . Thanks period.
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Crohn's & Colitis Health Services Dec 3
It's Day 3 of ! A huge thank you from the Health Services team to everyone who's worked so hard to provide care and support to people living with and during this challenging year.
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IBD Humor Nov 29
It’s prep day! Can’t wait to enjoy my delicious spread of popsicles, chicken broth, Gatorade, jello and the main course of suprep. 🙄
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Samwise ♿️🕎 Nov 26
Next week and Awareness Week starts! 💩 It runs from December 1-7 in the US. Keep your eyes peeled— I’ll be doing some Stuff™️ with for the occasion! ✨
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Santosh Salunke Dec 3
This is genuinely helpful for my patients with and
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Nicole Holyoake 3h
Big shout out to all teachers who are also battling or during some of the toughest weeks of term ever! 2 weeks to go 🙌🏻💤🎄💜
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Crohn's and Colitis Canada Nov 30
Today marks the final day of ’s and Awareness Month. Thank you for being a part of our awareness-raising initiatives throughout , and for staying connected to us all year long to ❤️. .
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11 Health Nurse Program Nov 25
Experienced Patient Coaches support our patients every step of the way, pre-op to post-op, helping you adapt to your new normal and reducing hospital readmissions.
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IBD-BOOST Dec 2
This week is . Help us spread awareness by wearing purple this and lets make a difference to the lives of those living with and . For more resources, support and advice visit !
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IamLadiFlythe Dec 1
Happy my fellow and friends 💜
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Mad Sweary Woman FFS Dec 1
Replying to @sickandsalty
I was diagnosed with IBS and over 7 years received a variety of prescription meds which had no effect on my problem. Finally saw another doctor within the practice who asked a key question, and referred me to a bowel specialist. Diagnosis
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Crohn’smatic Chimera | Now Fundraising! Nov 30
Thank you so much for joining us tonight for ’s Quest: ! We’re so excited to share that tomorrow & Awareness Week begins, & we’ll be raising funds for the through December 7! All subs/bits/merch will be donated!
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𝓚𝓲𝓻𝓼𝓽𝔂 🖤 Nov 29
Crohns and Colitis Awareness Week is coming up&for me it is an opportunity to spread awareness&show that an "invisible illness" can be visible&I make no apology for the information that may clog up your timelines or news feeds during those 7days.
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𝓚𝓲𝓻𝓼𝓽𝔂 🖤 Dec 1
Around 10million people worldwide have been diagnosed with a form of IBD, around 300,000 of them are within the UK& approx 26,000 are in Scotland, yet it is still unrecognised as long term, debilitating illness.
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The Patient Coach Program Nov 25
"I’m grateful to have a family that supports me through all my health and emotional challenges." -Alyssa Zeldenrust, 💜 Are you grateful for your support system? Tell us about them!
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