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Diseases have been around pretty much as long as living creatures have been around, so they have had millions (probably billions) of years to become very good at what they do. I’m sure that if the dinosaurs hadnt been wiped out by a giant asteroid then a disease or two would have come along and done a similar job! 0.

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Crohn’s disease causes inflammation in part of your digestive system. Crohn's can affect any part of it, but most often it affects your small intestine and colon.. Crohn's and another disease ...

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How long have UC and Chron's Disease been so prevalent? ... Posts : 2127. Posted 6/15/2011 5:47 AM (GMT -6) I'm just curious about the history of these diseases. Have they always been around in the same ratios to the normal population, or are they becoming more prevalent in the present day society? ... not just UC or Crohn's. Dr. Daniel Present ...

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Doctor answers on Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment, and More: Dr. Baker on how long have I had lyme disease: Lyme disease is a chronic infection. It can affect any organ system in the body.It does not go away on its own, so symptoms will last your entire life, often progressively spreading and worsening, unless it is effectively treated.The longer it is present before starting treatment the ...

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Actually, Lyme Disease is not new. Ticks collected on Long Island in the 1940's were found to carry the Lyme bacteria, and physicians back then described cases that probably were Lyme disease. So it's been around at least since the 1940s. But why do so many people seem to get it now? It's partially because people recognize and report it more.

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It is by virtue of alphabetization rather than contribution that Crohn's name appeared as first author: because this was the first time the condition was reported in a widely-read journal, and the disease has come to be known as Crohn's Disease for reasons of publicity rather than precedence.

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The percentage of people with Crohn's disease has been determined in Norway and the United States and is similar at 6 to 7.1:100,000. The Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America cites this number as approx 149:100,000; NIH cites 28 to 199 per 100,000.

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There isn't any single test that can diagnose Crohn's disease. This condition has many symptoms that are the same as those for other health problems. To make a diagnosis of Crohn's disease, your ...

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Crohn’s disease is a type of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) in which an abnormal immune system response causes chronic inflammation in the digestive tract. Learn all about which groups of ...

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How long has dialysis been available? Hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis have been done since the mid 1940's. Dialysis, as a regular treatment, was begun in 1960 and is now a standard treatment all around the world. CAPD began in 1976. Thousands of patients have been helped by these treatments. How long can you live on dialysis?