Crohn's disease, as well as some other autoimmune diseases, are considered diseases of developed societies and are an increasingly serious social problem. As yet, there is no prevention of these diseases, so it is important not to underestimate the symptoms and to introduce symptomatic treatment as soon as possible.
Today, medicine is providing more and more treatment options for this type of disease, allowing patients to have a better quality of life and function in society - not giving up their social, family or professional lives. The challenge, however, is patients' reluctance and distrust of treatment and frequent drop-outs, as well as a lack of knowledge of the latest therapeutic options.
We encourage patients and their carers with prepared educational material. Our experts will explain the most important issues related to prevention, treatment and everyday life with the disease.