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Wendy LaRochelle Nov 25
(Feb vs now) What I’m thankful for 2020... I’m thankful we found out about his condition so he could get the proper treatment. I know he will never be cured of this but with the right medication he can live a very long and prosperous life. 💙
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Lloyd🇮🇱🇬🇧 Nov 23
Take a read at an excellent piece by on her experience of surgeries.
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IBD Hockey Nov 22
If you have a spare 10 minutes today, watch Kevin Gravel talk to about his story:
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Miss_Vicky 1h
Feeling very looked after... hospital couriering my medication over to me this afternoon and my scope has been brought forward to next week! Covid swab on Sunday!
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Talking Crohn's & S**T Nov 19
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Daryl White Nov 19
Looks like I won't have my meds for tomorrow. Pharmacy is still busy "processing" the order, whatever that means. I don't have it in me to fight through the phone and customer rep obstacles to actually talk to someone at the pharmacy or my doctor. I'll do without.
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Lauren Parsons (Whitcombe) Nov 18
Monday was infusion number 15! Although I get side effects from Infliximab & good & bad days, it's better then not being able to eat & being in a constant flare up! Thanks & your amazing IBD team for keeping treatment going in 🙌
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Rush Colon & Rectal Surgery Nov 19
Join us tonight as we present a free exploring the management of disease. The panel will highlight cases and showcase our multidisciplinary approach to caring for patients. Register at .
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R. Tapley is Staying Home Nov 22
I just learned that turkeys will purr if you stroke their feathers and they like it. I wish with all my heart I could go vegan.
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Andrew Barrett Nov 19
Back in the for another round of Infliximab. Quite apt, given that apparently it's although I don't think it's connected to
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Melodie Narain-Blackwell Nov 19
So EXCITED about Dec 1-7!! is planning to participate in and Awareness week in a BIG Way! Where's the community? Our theme is ," thanks to "In Living Color."
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Cure Crohn's Colitis - Funding IBD research Nov 24
What have we learnt about the risks of SARS-CoV-2 infection in patients with and is there any evidence to support a change in IBD management? via
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Kassie Stringer Nov 20
When people come at me with multiple requests after 3pm on a Friday, after I take my least favourite weekly medication:
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Samwise Gamegee ♿️ 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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IBD Hockey Nov 18
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Sonya Goins Nov 20
I'm so freaking glad it's Friday. I slept for 12 hours, and I'm still tired. Chemo is rough!
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Kathleen Arntsen Nov 21
Thank you Melodie for sharing your journey to enlighten others. You are amazing! 💜
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Sherry Pang Nov 20
- great read! I missed grad as well when diagnosed with at 18. But you’re right, we have the tools to get though this pandemic. Stay strong!
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Elisha DeMaria Nov 21
Jewel Box for me it is like opening AIR... I’m feeling big time NJ/NYC and I’m commuting & working F/T w & a child in virtual school w/ SINCE Feb.listening to EJs lesser known tracks *again* has been a literal lifesaver I’m so THANKFUL for Elton 🤩🌈
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Sarah Pacitti Nov 21
Big hit in my house, yum! And I found with a little adjustment Low Residue and Crohn's friendly. Turmeric Rice With Coconut | Easy & Healthy 1-Pot Recipe via
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