|Crohn's Disease Research Inc.
CDRI is a non profit organization dedicated to finding "a cause
and a cure" for Crohn's Disease.
Our goal is to beat this devastating disease and to give the suffers
the cure they deserve and so desperately need.
We are currently researching mycobacterium avium ss. paratuberculosis (MAP)
and it's probable role in Crohn's Disease (CD). We are located in Maitland
Florida, near Orlando, but we are in collaboration with researchers from
around the world.
We are involved in the following areas of research:
CDRI is involved in the education of new treatment
option and medication for both the patient and physician.
Creation of serological testing for the MAP bacteria.
Microscopic analysis of the MAP bacteria to determine better ways of eradicating
the infection and minimizing the damage it does.
Clinical trials of new treatment options and medications.
Developing new diagnostic tools to quickly and accurately diagnose Crohn's
Developing new treatment options.
To learn more about Crohn's Disease and RMAT,
one of the new treatments we are excited about. Please visit the Crohn's
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We Need Your Support
There has been much excitement and encouragement over the course of
time since Crohn's Disease Research Inc. first embarked on this journey
toward finding the cause and cure for Crohn's Disease. We have experienced
disappointments along the way, but what lifts us up are the patients that
are getting well. We have heard many of you exclaim that you have gotten
your lives back from this horrible disease. This is the reason we are pressing
forward with this important research. We need funding for the following
areas. Click on the links to find out more.
Analyzing and correlating data gathered from 200 CD patients.
Right now, we are running out of funds to continue in these areas. We need
your support, both monetary and physical, to keep this research going.
There are so many questions that must be answered and the current medical
establishments are not funding scientists or clinicians to research these
areas. Please consider ways you will commit to help these studies continue
until a cure is found.