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£5m grant for unique IBD data research hub
12 September 2019
The Government's flagship programme Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund will create a unique IBD Data Research Hub - a data resource for scientists that will accelerate research for people living with Crohn’s and Colitis across the UK.
Tips for freshers from Crohn’s and Colitis students
11 September 2019
King's College London's Crohn's & Colitis Society give their advice on living with Crohn's or Colitis at University.
MyIBD Care app one of twenty selected to revolutionise the way the NHS delivers care
10 September 2019
Ampersand Health, creators of MyIBD Care app, have been accepted into the highly prestigious DigitalHealth.London Accelerator.
Brexit: Our statement
09 September 2019
In preparation for Brexit, and in the case of a possible ‘no deal’ the Government has outlined a number of plans to mitigate against disruptions to the supply of medicines and medical products.
IBD BioResource hits 25,000 milestone
04 September 2019
The National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) IBD BioResource has beaten expectations, reaching their goal of recruiting 25,000 people with Crohn’s and Colitis two years early.
Changes to Blue Badges in England go live
30 August 2019
The Government’s new Blue Badge criteria will better capture the needs of people living with hidden disabilities. These are the first major changes to the Blue Badge system in 40 years.
Our Crohn’s & Colitis UK Volunteer Awards are back!
29 August 2019
Due to the great success of our Volunteer Awards 2018, we will once again be recognising the amazing contribution that people give to Crohn’s & Colitis UK through our various volunteering opportunities.
Hidden Disability Lanyard Scheme proves big success
28 August 2019
The Sunflower Lanyard is being used by major travel hubs and some supermarkets in the UK.
Statement on TPN shortages
19 August 2019
Calea UK are currently unable to deliver total parenteral nutrition (TPN) bags to a significant number of UK patients, affecting some with Crohn's or Colitis.
New Pain Research: ‘You’ve got to keep going’
15 August 2019
New research published in the British Journal of Pain has looked into the experiences of people with Crohn’s and Colitis who suffer from pain, and the techniques they use to cope.
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