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New Research Evaluates Evolution of Crohn's Symptoms Over Time

Final thoughts of Crohn's Symptoms Over Time

Final thoughts

Taking these three risk factors into consideration, a woman who smokes and lives in an urban community in a northern region would be at a greater risk for developing IBD, including Crohn’s, than a woman who doesn’t smoke and lives in a rural household in a southern region.


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