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Closing of Survey on People with IBD Aged +60

Last days to participate in our survey People with IBD aged 60 and over!!

Our survey is about to come to an end. On 30 November, we will be closing the survey which aims to better understand the challenges faced by people with IBD in this...

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The second edition of our EFCCA PROJECTS DIGEST is now available! In this new issue, we present the latest updates on several of our 5 Horizon Europe projects. Enjoy the reading!

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"Break the taboo": Colitis-Crohn Foreningen Leaflet

We share with you a useful leaflet created and translated to English by Colitis - Crohn Foreningen Denmark, our member in Denmark.

The brochure provides valuable insights into the most common intestinal diseases and offers guidance on what...

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EFCCA Magazine 3/2023

Our latest issue of the EFCCA magazine is out!

You will find updates on our activities, news from our members and partners, experiences of living with IBD and ongoing medical research.

Happy reading!


We are delighted to present to you the EFCCA PROJECTS DIGEST. This newsletter will include information regarding the 5 Horizon Europe projects, 2 Horizon 2020 projects, and other projects that EFCCA is presently engaged in. The PROJECTS...

Survey on people with IBD aged 60 and over

This research is being conducted by the European Federation of Crohn's & Ulcerative Colitis Associations (EFCCA) and the Leids Universitair Medisch Centrum (LUMC).

The purpose of...

World IBD Day 2023

IBD HAS NO AGE is an EFCCA campaign started in 2022 in order to raise awareness of how Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) is impacting on the life of people aged 60 years and over. This year, for...

Patient Preferences

There is very little scientific evidence on patient preference targeted at the IBD patient community.

World IBD Day 2023

Watch the message from EFCCA chairman, Salvo Leone, on the occasion of World IBD Day 2023.

DIVA - Data Insights for added therapeutic VAlue

EFCCA´s new working methodology aims to identify and address the real needs of patients with Crohn’s disease and Ulcerative Colitis, also collectively known as Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD). ...