Archive for February 2012

Ottawa Sun: Finding Crohn’s cure a family affair

Published in the Ottawa Sun, “Finding Crohn’s cure a family affair” is the story of Sherry Pang and her life long struggle with the debilitating symptoms of Crohn’s disease. She has two healthy sons, Jake and Jesse, who participate in the GEM Project in hopes of eventually finding a cure for the disease. Ottawa Sun:…

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A GEM of a Study

This article, written by the Mount Sinai Hospital Foundation features the GEM project National Director, Ken Croitoru and Dr. George Tolomiczenko, Executive Director of Research & Scientific Liaison, Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of Canada (CCFC). They describe the goals and the reasoning behind the study. It also features Jordan Duarte, a participant who discusses what it…

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Inside Toronto: Girl hopes study will help cure mom’s disease

The article published in Inside Toronto describes the story of fourteen year old Amanda Ponziano who has had to watch her mother suffer with symptoms of Crohn’s disease. She has enrolled in the study in the hopes of helping to find a cure for Crohn’s disease. Inside Toronto: Girl hopes study will help cure mom’s…

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