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IBD: a bacteria which is not totally innocent

Inflammatory Bowel Diseases (IBD) affect 200,000 people in France and these pathologies still can’t be cured despite therapeutic advances in the treatment of symptoms for Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. Years of research have identified factors related to these diseases. It is known that IBD is linked to immune dysfunction, that [...]


IBD 2017

The IBD meeting not to be missed The IBD, one of the major international meetings of Inflammatory Bowel Diseases (IBD), is taking place this year in Barcelona from 15 to 18 February. Researchers, clinicians, practitioners will share and comment on the results of the latest clinical studies and therapeutic advances in this field. [...]

IBD Challenge Fundraising

Overcoming IBD: The AFA is committed to advancing research I greet Alain Olympie and the committed and solidary members of the AFA Association François Aupetit, for the operation “Let's show what we have in the belly” in order to raise € 100,000 funds. Created in 1982 and recognized as a public utility, AFA [...]