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What helps you deal with life changes and Crohn’s at the same time?

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How well do you know Crohn's Disease?

1. The name "Crohn's disease" comes from:

The first patient to be diagnosed with Crohn's disease
The doctor who published a groundbreaking paper on the disease
The town where Crohn's disease was first discovered
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2. At what age are most people diagnosed with Crohn's disease?

Younger than 18 years old
20 to 30 years old
30 to 40 years old
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3. Smoking can make Crohn’s more severe and increase your risk of surgery.

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4. Biologic treatments:

Target specific enzymes and proteins in the body
Interfere with the body's immune response
Both of the above
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5. The FDA regulates most alternative therapies for Crohn's.