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University of Glasgow awarded over $1.1m to tackle Crohn’s disease in children and adults with a novel diet

05:03 EDT 15 Aug 2019 | Lab Bulletin

University-of-Glasgow-awarded-over-1-1m-to-tackle-Crohns-diseaseThe University of Glasgow has received $1.1 million from The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust to evaluate the effectiveness of a novel, regular solid food-based diet to improve clinical outcomes in adults and children with active Crohn’s disease. The grant was awarded to further build on recent research led by Dr. Konstantinos Gerasimidis and his team....

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