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Welcome to CCFA Partners Research Page!

In this area you will be able to:

  • Participate in our research prioritization process
  • View current and completed studies
  • View a summary of your research contributions

You are an active participant in  CCFA Partners research prioritization process! Have you ever had a question about IBD that you wish science could answer? Tell us what research is important to you. Here, you can submit a research question to the community, cast your votes, and discuss research questions proposed by other members. Please make your research question as specific as possible. Other members will vote on your research question, and research questions with the most votes will be prioritized by network researchers.

You are allowed to vote for your own proposed research questions if you want. However, you can only vote for a total of five research questions. If you have already cast your five votes and a question you like even more is proposed, you can change your votes at any time to reflect your preferences.

In addition to suggesting and voting on research questions, you contribute to our research by filling out 6-month surveys and by updating your health information each time you login. View your personal health data contributions to research under the My Contributions tab.

The Data Access Log allows you to view a list of network researchers who have ever accessed your de-identified data* and for what purpose. This is a great place to see how your research contributions are helping answer important research questions related to IBD!

* “De-identified data” refers to data that does not include information that could identify you as an individual, such as your name and address.

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March 7, 2017 diet for UC and diabetes
View 1 comment - Diet - 16 days ago
February 10, 2017 Can better tests be developed to confirm Crohn's and IBS-D diagnoses do or do not exist in patients?
Leave a comment - Procedures And Testing - about 1 month ago
February 3, 2017 Does Oregano Oil have any affect on IBD?
Leave a comment - Alternative Therapies - about 2 months ago
February 3, 2017 Is there a correlation between UC and poor circulation in feet and/or hands?
View 2 comments - Other - about 2 months ago
January 29, 2017 What is the effectiveness of CBDs in treating a IBD flair or in preventing one?
View 2 comments - Medications - about 2 months ago
January 28, 2017 Being adopted in the early 70's when closed adoptions were the norm, I have not gone to any lengths to find my bio couple. I have never needed to. I have wonderful parents and sibs (also adopted).
Leave a comment - Genetics - about 2 months ago
October 30, 2016 What is the reason for the increased Incidence of Ibd for Jews?
View 1 comment - Genetics - 5 months ago
October 24, 2016 Would like to see more research on IBD and medications as we get older. Since the population is aging, side effects occur as a result. Most research stops after 10 yrs.
View 1 comment - Other - 5 months ago
August 14, 2016 Is it possible that zinc in galvanized potable water piping may be a factor in precipitating UC / Crohns? Alternatively, is it possible that stagnant water in galvanized piping might be a factor?
View 1 comment - Other - 7 months ago
August 12, 2016 Why is Crohn's disease being diagnosed so much more frequently in the past 2-5 years? Is it better diagnostics and understanding of the disease or that more drugs are being made to treat it?
Leave a comment - Other - 7 months ago
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