October 11, 2019
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Diet changes can improve quality of life for patients with IBD, other top stories in gastroenterology

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Researchers recently found that changes in diet can improve the quality of life of patients with inflammatory bowel disease.

Read the story and other top gastroenterology news that some of your peers recently found interesting.

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