Rubin Lab

“A distinguishing feature of ulcerative colitis is that it’s confined to the large intestine, which encompasses your colon and rectum, says Dr. David Rubin, chief of gastroenterology and a professor of medicine with University of Chicago Medicine. ‘Crohn’s disease can occur anywhere – most commonly it’s the last part of the small intestine where it joins the large intestine.’”

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