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Early, tight control of Crohn’s disease may have lasting benefits

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October 16, 2020

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October 16, 2020

“Concerns about side effects and the need for frequent monitoring are paramount among the roadblocks.” There should be concern for long term effects as well, there is some evidence for linking of long term use of Remicade with cervical cancer. Patients need all available evidence and information to make an informed decision.

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