• Therapies give Crohn's patient the chance to enjoy a normal life

    7 days ago - By National Post

    Sam Copeland is already making plans for a trip to South America after completing the last three semesters of his engineering degree. Many students enjoy travelling after graduating from university and before settling into a regular work routine. For Copeland, who was diagnosed with Crohn's more than 11 years ago, a lengthy trip is more than a desire to see something of the world. It is a major undertaking as well as an adventure.
    “I've never travelled for longer than a week before,” says the University of British Columbia student. “And then, I have only ever been on short vacations with...
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