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New Annual Report
We are excited to share our 2015 Annual report with you.

As we move ever closer to realizing our vision of a world without IBD, we know that our progress is enabled by the spirit and generosity of CCFA’s thousands of supporters and volunteers. We are so grateful for your passion and commitment.

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Crohn’s Disease & Ulcerative Colitis: A Guide for Parents

(in Work & School)

Learning that your child has IBD can be difficult. The guide helps parents learn important issues about IBD including medication, disease management and about issues related to school and coping.

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Did you know?I’ll Be Determined website is here to help you learn more about and manage inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) with interactive tools and resources from patients and experts.
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Learn about CCFA Partners, a new Internet-based IBD study! 

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Extreme Fatigue

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Nobody understands!!!!

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Hair loss with Remicade...

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Our IBD Help Center is here to answer your questions! You can call the
IRC toll-free at 888.694.8872 or e-mail info@ccfa.org. The IRC is open Monday through Friday, 9:00 am-5:00 pm EST.
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