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I have inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). What should I eat?

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May 18, 2020

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Over the past decade, John Garber, MD, has been deeply engaged in a dual program of clinical training in internal medicine and gastroenterology, while at the same time cultivating basic and translational research experience that has … See Full Bio
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