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Dr. Rubin Discusses Advances in Anti-Cytokine Therapy: The Current and Potential Role of IL-12/23 and IL-23 Inhibitors in the Treatment of IBD
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Click here to watch Dr. David Rubin and his colleagues explain the data behind the various vaccines, clinical recommendations, allergy and safety recommendation, and describe COVID-19 vaccine special issues in underrepresented minorities.
Many people with Ulcerative Colitis wonder whether it’s possible to have a satisfying sex life. Dr. David Rubin discusses how to address the situation with your physician and partner. Read more here.
Dr. Rubin was recently announced as one of three recipients of the 2020 Sherman Prize. Sherman Prize recipients “are outstanding individuals who consider the whole patient experience — not just the serious symptoms, but also the psychological and practical components of IBD. Their work is innovative and impactful, and goes well beyond the norm, generating positive benefits on behalf of patients, their families and caregivers, and the future trajectory of the field. They are out-of-the-box thinkers who energize others to enter the fight to overcome Crohn’s and colitis.”
Dr. David Rubin discusses advancements in Crohn’s disease treatment.
“And while there isn’t a cure for Crohn’s yet, we’ve come a long way in how we assess and treat it. Treatment used to involve trying a new medicine or therapy and waiting to see if it made you feel better. Now experts know that isn’t the best approach. Yes, we want people with Crohn’s to feel good, but that improvement doesn’t mean the disease is turned off. It’s crucial to get inflammation under control, too, and to get the disease under control. Otherwise, Crohn’s disease can cause permanent damage.”
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