Are we ready for top-down therapy for inflammatory bowel diseases: pro.

Until the 1990s, inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) were treated with conventional drugs, such as mesalazine, corticosteroids and thiopurines, which are effective in a proportion of IBD patients. Despite the introduction of immunosuppressive drugs, a significant number of IBD patients have a disabling disease course and, on average, a poor quality of life… CONTINUE READING