You're not alone: the Kingston area has a vibrant Crohn’s and colitis community, made up of people with inflammatory bowel disease, families, volunteers, and more. Throughout the year, we come together at meetings and events like the Gutsy Walk to share experiences, raise funds and heighten awareness.

There are an estimated 1,100 people with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis in the Kingston area. We understand the challenges you and your family may be facing – because we face them, too.
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Northern MedTalks - Science North

Science North and the Science Communication Program at Laurentian University bring you Northern MedTalks 2024! A fast-paced speakers' event featuring 10, 10-minute talks inspiring audiences ...

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Sudbury
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Advancing Personalized Therapy for Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Harnessing the Healing Power of Our Own Cells

Advancing Personalized Therapy for Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Harnessing the Healing Power of Our Own Cells

Research helps connect Indigenous peoples with Crohn’s and colitis to specialized care

Research helps connect Indigenous peoples with Crohn’s and colitis to specialized care

New report shows that some in Canada with Crohn's and colitis are being left behind

New report shows that some in Canada with Crohn's and colitis are being left behind

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