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1   Link   Vancouver Gastrointestinal Disease Research Group
The Vancouver Gastrointestinal Disease Research Group is part of the University of British Columbia's Department of Pediatrics at British Columbia's Children's Hospital. The VanGoPro group consists of basic life scientists, graduate students and clinician scientists involved in bench to bedside research of pediatric inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).
2   Link   Children with Intestinal and Liver Disorders (C.H.I.L.D.) Foundation
The CH.I.L.D. Foundation was launched by a group of volunteers and obtained its charitable tax-exempt status from the Federal Government in September, 1995.
3   Link   Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of Canada
The website of the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of Canada
4   Link   UC And Crohn's
Teen site for ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease.
5   Link   The Johns Hopkins Gastroenterology & Hepatology Resource Center
The Johns Hopkins Gastroenterology & Hepatology Resource Center provides in-depth information on the GI tract.
6   Link   National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK)
Look for information under: Health Information - Digestive.
7   Link   Journal Watch Gastroenterology
Edited and reviewed by more than 80 physicians, Journal Watch regularly combs 180 medical journals for important findings in gastroenterology.
8   Link   Growing Up IBD
An advocacy site dedicated to raising awareness about how IBD affects children all over the world, and the fight to cure/prevent it.
9   Link   CenterWatch
CenterWatch is a clinical trials listing service. They have an international listing of ongoing trials actively recruiting patients. You can search by therapeutic area and geographic region. There will soon be a section reporting on newly approved drug therapies. They also have a Patient Notification Service that will automatically send you e-mail about future postings of trials in several therapeutic areas, or about drugs newly approved by the FDA.
10   Link   Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America
The Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America is well known for their support for research and for people with these diseases. They have their own web site now, and it looks great. They have a forum where you can ask specific questions of their panel of doctors, weekly feature articles focusing on issues of living with inflammatory bowel diseases, as either a patient or a caregiver, and news updates.
11   Link   Crohn's Zone
Crohn'sZone.org has been running since 2001, and is a support and information network run by Kerry. It offers articles, personal stories, forums, a chat room, IBD Diaries and organises regular meets in the UK. It is an interactive forum, and you can contact other members online at the same time as yourself via private message.
12   Link   The J-Pouch Group
The J-Pouch Group is a site run by Bill Johnson. He concentrates on issues around the ileoanal anastomosis surgery.
13   Link   Zajac Ranch
Each year, the Zajac Ranch for Children hosts hundreds of children with serious and chronic illnesses and disabilities who might not otherwise have a chance to enjoy a summer camp experience.
14   Link   Everyday Health
EverdayHealth.com provides online health information. This specific section on Crohns is a great resource to help you and your family manage Crohns disease and your overall well-being.
15   Link   How to Swallow Pills
This is a great resource from the University of Calgary with instructions to help children who have difficulty swallowing their medication. The step-by-step videos are a great tool to help your child over come the fear of swallowing pills.
16   Link   The Gutsy Generation
The Gutsy Generation is a great resource for adolscents with IBD. This website, supported by the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of Canada, helps connect young people with IBD. It was created by youth, for youth.
17   Link   Children's Hospital Boston IBD Center
The Boston Children's Hospital is a tremendous resouce for everything IBD. Their website has great educational videos and a lot of helpful information regarding IBD.