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Participate in an Research Study with the IBS Treatment Center

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The IBS Treatment Center is also running a research study for adults (over 18) living in the USA who have been diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and still have IBS.  Any person (18+) living in the USA who has been diagnosed by a licensed medical professional and still has IBS is invited and encouraged […]

Study Highlights the True Causes of Irritable Bowel Syndrome

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This is a wonderful new research article by Dr. El-Salhy out of Norway about IBS. It makes 2 very important points. They are somewhat complicated points, so I’ll try to break them down into simpler language. First, the study notes that alterations in the gut-brain connection (neuroendocrine system) are a symptom of something else. The […]

Study Explores Food Patch Testing for IBS

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Food patch testing for irritable bowel syndrome.Authors: Stierstorfer MB, Sha CT, Sasson M. SourceEast Penn Dermatology PC, North Wales, Pennsylvania; – BACKGROUND:The traditional classification of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) as a functional disorder has been challenged in recent years by evidence of ongoing low-grade gastrointestinal tract inflammation. Inflammation may alter gastrointestinal motility and thus be […]

Drug Companies Miss the Mark with IBS & Celiac Studies

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Another clinical research study, this one a clinical trial “for patients attempting to follow a gluten-free diet who are still experiencing symptoms when exposed to gluten.” We want to put it out there that people should NOT do this study. We do not need a treatment for symptoms when we already have the cure. This […]