Voices of Progress: Improving Outcomes Part 2


CCFA held a three-day research colloquium in Atlanta. The colloquium involved a panel of six IBD research leaders from across the country and touched on topics such as therapies, genetics, nutrition, and much more. This five-part series is a "must view" for anyone interested in the future of IBD research.



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By: CCFA
Published: July 22, 2011