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  • Understanding and Curing Crohn’s Disease Requires an Epigenetic Approach Rochester, Minn.

    The purpose of this study is to collect clinical information, blood and tissue samples from people with Crohn’s disease at the time of their bowel resection and at their standard of care colonoscopy after bowel resection. People without Crohn’s Disease are being asked only to give tissue samples at the time of a clinically indicated colonoscopy so their tissue can be compared to those that have Crohn’s Disease.

    This study will compare the genetic codes (DNA) from active disease affected intestinal cells to these same cells from the same patient when they are without disease (inactive). We will be able to conclude which genetic codes are modified in the setting of active and inactive CD. This study has hopes of understanding the root cause of Crohn’s Disease.

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