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IBS affects one in five, but can be controlled with diet - Victoria Times Colonist

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IBS affects one in five, but can be controlled with diet

Victoria Times Colonist

It's important to make sure that before you diagnose someone with IBS that you appropriately exclude other diseases that can cause malnutrition and other bad outcomes, such as colon cancer, celiac disease and Crohn's disease. The symptoms are identical ...

IBS affects one in five, but can be controlled with diet Montreal Gazette

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