The Chronic Crohns Campaign UK. ( TCCC.UK ).
The Chronic Crohns Campaign UK - Why We Are Here !!!
TCCC.UK & TNHC.UK Campaign Literature.
The Chronic Crohns Campaign UK - Other TCCC.UK Contacts
TCCC.UK - Funds To Kings College London.
TCCC.UK - Action Medical Research details.........
TCCC.UK Campaign News ,Updates and Success !!!
The Chronic Crohns Campaign UK- The Breaking News.
TCCC.UK &The 3 Natural Alternatives In Sarah's Story
The New DNA Crohns Vaccine @ Kings College London.
TCCC.UK & Aloe Vera - Nature's Silent Healer. Books
TCCC.UK Raising Awareness - Press Coverage 1996 to 2009.
TCCC.UK - More Breaking News On MAP !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Sarah's Crohns Success Story From 1989 to 2006.
Sarah's Crohns Success Story From 2001 to 2006.
Over 90 Degrees Still Does Not Kill Map Bacteria In Milk.
Tim Page - My Side Of The Story In All This Campaigning.
How To Order Aloe Vera, As We Do, At A Lower Price In The UK.
How To Get A Glyconutrient Powder Here In The UK
"Give Us A Quid Or Two" -The DNA Crohns Vaccine Appeal
PARA'S Medical Advisory Council
PARA'S Scientific Advisory Council.
A Message To Internet Hackers / Spammers !!
In Loving Memory Of Hadge Elliott 1956 To 2005.
The New DNA CrohnsVaccine Summary 2006.
TCCC.UK Consultation with DEFRA in 2002 & 2004.
The Chronic Crohns Campaign UK Press Info 1996 to 2009.
The Orkney Islands Crohns & U.C. N A C Group
Glyconutrients - What Are They ?
More On Glyconutrients - The 8 Sugars That Heal.....
Birmingham Contact For TCCC.UK - Stuart Morris IIHHT ICHT dip
MMR = Crohns or Autism ?
How To Get Aloe Vera & Other Aloe Vera Items Outside UK.
Crohns & Contraception.
More On MAP - The 2 AntibioticsTreatment By Prof JHT.
Other Interesting Natural Health Documents.
More On The Bacteria MAP - 2
Scottish News On Crohns
More On Fluoride
TCCC.UK & The BBC
Baby Milk - The FSA Update December 2006.
Prof John Hermon Taylor's New Update In March 2008.
Christmas 2009 & New Year 2010.
Crohns Sufferers - Some National Figures @ 2006
Crohns Disease By Eye Online
Intracellular Pathogen Group/St George's University London.
The Italian Crohns Campaign Connections.
Dr Ira Shafron M.D
For Jewellery Findings & Supplies In Tunbridge Wells, Kent.
A Friendly Ileostomy Councillor For Contact & Advice.
A Memorial Page To My Grandad Who Inspired Me.
Crohns & Food Intolerances & Illness.
TCCC.UK Petition To The UK Prime Minister + Another Petition
DrugWatch Check Them Out...
Crohns Research or IBD or IBS Stories In The News
Prof John Hermon -Taylor On You Tube & TV 2008..
Support Our New DNA Crohns Vaccine Fundraisers.
Further Water And Milk Press Coverage.
Can MAP Cause Ulcerated Colitis, As It Does Crohns..
TCCC.UK - Why We Are Here In 2008, To Help & Advise You.
TCCC.UK - Announcements In 2008.
Useful Addresses For Complaints On The NHS.
Hannah's Real Story - from 2006 to 2011....Ongoing.
Prof John Hermon -Taylor Updates In 2009.
Scientific Papers On IBDs.
New Crohns Book of Tim Page Crusader.
Need A Good Crohns Doctor ?
Prof John Hermon Taylor In Washington USA YouTube Links
New Crohns Support Group On Facebook
Tim Page - TCCC.UK On FaceBook & More....
Crohns Disease Contact The Chronic Crohns Campaign UK
TCCC.UK - Fundraising Events 2009
" MAP Doomsday " By Prof John Hermon Taylor - August 2
The Gift by Stuart Morris @ WonderfullyWell
New Youtube IBD Videos on Crohns & MAP.
TCCC.UK - Crohns Support Groups On Facebook.
Mycobacterium sub species Avium Paratuberculosis ( MAP )
Prof John Hermon Taylor -2010, 2011, 2012 - Updates.
Alternatives & Immunesuppressants - Working Together.
House Of Lords Debate On Crohns Disease 19th June 2000.
Sarah's Success Story Update In 2012
A Memorial Page To Cathy Lynn Bray -10/09/67 to 24/02/2012
Contact Information for The Chronic Crohns Campaign UK
Links for The Chronic Crohns Campaign UK
Do You Find This Crohns Site Useful ?
PARA'S Medical Advisory Council
Prof. John Hermon-Taylor.
Prof. John Hermon-Taylor,
Chairman, Department of Surgery,
St. George's University Hospital Medical School,
WWW : http://www.paratuberculosis.org/members/hermon-taylor.htm
John Hermon-Taylor studied medicine at Cambridge University and at the Royal London Hospital, London UK. He subsequently proceeded to higher surgical training in London, and obtained the Mastership of Surgery degree by Thesis at Cambridge. He spent a year 1968-69 as a Medical Research Council Clinical Research Fellow in the Department of Gastrointestinal Physiology at the Mayo Clinic. On returning to London he took up a position as Associate Professor in Surgery, London University and was appointed to the Chair of Surgery at St. George's Hospital and Medical School in 1976. He set up a laboratory of molecular biology in the Department of Surgery at St. George's in the early 1980's, and has applied these methods to the study of Crohn's disease. He currently leads an active research group in the field and a clinical team specializing in the treatment and ongoing care of patients with Crohn's disease. The principal clinical objective is the development of a multi-subunit therapeutic vaccine incorporating DNA and protein technologies, based upon specific genes from Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis, to accelerate immune-mediated microbial clearance in Crohn's disease sufferers.
Dr Thomas Borody
|Dr Thomas Borody.|
Dr. Thomas J. Borody.
Centre for Digestive Diseases,
WWW : http://www.cdd.com.au/
The Centre for Digestive Diseases is a busy clinical practice which deals predominantly with gastrointestinal disorders, with a leaning towards research into Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Inflammatory Bowel Disease. With a background of research work in neurotransmitters and motility with postgraduate work at the Mayo Clinic in these topics under Professor Sid Philips, Borody's research interests have evolved from ms towards mD. He is actively involved in a prospective trial of Crohn's therapy using antimicrobial agents against MAP and has been instrumental in setting up the large Australian multi-centre trial designed to treat severe Crohn's disease, using clarithromycin, rifabutin, and clofazimine.
Dr. Borody has pioneered a technique of repopulating the gut with beneficial bacteria, using fecal material from healthy individuals introduced into the bowel of a patient deficient in beneficial bacteria. Absence of such bacteria allows harmful bacteria to thrive, releasing toxins and causing a variety of intestinal disorders.
Dr Leonid B.Heifets.
Dr Leonid B. Heifelts.
Dr. Leonid B. Heifets.
Director, Mycobacteriology Laboratory,
National Jewish Medical and Research Center
Dr. Heifets, a graduate of the Academy of Medical Science, Moscow, has been for many years involved in research related to mycobacteria. He has been a Senior Researcher in the Department of Microbiology of the Central Research Institute for Tuberculosis in Moscow, and a Research Fellow in the Department of Medicine at the National Jewish Hospital, researching the mechanisms of bactericidal function of the macrophages. He is a professor in the Departments of Microbiology and Medicine (Pulmonology) of the School of Medicine at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Denver, and Director of the Mycobacteriology Clinical Reference Laboratory at the National Jewish Medical and Research Center. Dr. Heifets is the Associate Editor of the International Journal of Tubercular Lung Disorders, and a member of several professional organizations whose work is related to mycobacterial diseases.
Dr Ira Shafran
Dr Ira Shafran.
Dr. Ira Shafran.
MNH Surgery Center,
Maitland, Florida, U.S.A.
WWW : http://www.shafran.net
Dr. Shafran has been a leader in the use of antibiotic treatment for Crohn's Disease in the United States. He is conducting clinical research to explore the benefits of RMAT (rifabutin and macrolide antibiotic therapy) for Crohn's disease. Dr. Shafran has treated approximately 100 patients from all over the U.S. with RMAT.
In addition to his clinical practice, Dr. Shafran is founder of Crohn's Disease Research Inc., a non-profit organization that disseminates information about Crohn's Disease and its relationship to MAP. The organization publishes a newsletter, "The Crohn's Crohnicles", that contains news and information relevant to Crohn's Disease and MAP. Dr. Shafran has served as a liaison for doctors interested in RMAT treatment and his website provides resources for patients.
Dr Walter R.Thayer
Dr Walter R.Thayer.
Dr. Walter R. Thayer.
Rhode Island Hospital,
Providence, Rhode island, U.S.A.
WWW : http://www.paratuberculosis.org/members/thayer.htm
Dr. Thayer has been in the practice of gastroenterology for the past 35 years. He has been the Section Chief of Gastroenterology at Brown University and its affiliated hospital from 1965 to 1995. At that time Dr. Thayer reached his retirement age of 65 and settled down into the private practice of gastroenterology. During his days of active research he was very interested in the mycobacterial etiology of Crohn's disease. At the 1970 World Congress held in Copenhagen, Denmark, he was privileged to give the Quadrennial lecture on Crohn's disease and strongly suggested that a mycobacteria was the etiological agent in Crohn's disease.
Dr. Thayer has spent most of his life doing research on Crohn's disease and was instrumental in getting Dr. Rodrick Chiodini to culture the intestinal tissue from his patients. This was the first isolation of paratuberculosis that was made. Dr. Thayer has been interested in immunology of the disease and has also conducted a controlled trial of Rifabutin/streptomycin in the treatment of Crohn's disease. At this time he is not performing active research in the area, but is very interested and still uses antimycobacterial treatment in some of his more difficult patients.
Dr. Thayer received Clinician of the Year Award from the American Gastroenterological Association in 1999. Dr. Thayer has over 100 publications in all aspects of gastroenterology, especially in the area of Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
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