Crohn’s Disease

Antibiotic Cocktail: RHB-104

Wendy_LExpert
Care Partner of Adult
Updated February 9, 2022 in Crohn’s Disease

Has anyone heard about the development of this drug presently in the pipeline? It's based on research suggesting that the bacterium Mycobacterium avium paratuberculosis (MAP) is connected to Crohn's disease, though the statistics do not appear strong. In addition, there is an anti-MAP vaccine in the works in the United Kingdom, involving two different vaccines administered in various doses. If successful in studies and trials, it is predicted to be available in 5-10 years. Curious to know if there has been any buzz about this in the extended IBD communities.

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  • ShellyPatient

    Yes, I had heard about an new study linking gut fungi to intestinal inflammation in Crohn’s disease patients in a related newsletter recently.

    February 9, 2022
  • Wendy_LExpert
    Care Partner of Adult

    Interesting. Do you think that fungi is similar the MAP bacterium?

    February 9, 2022
  • Jackie_ZExpert
    Patient

    Haven't heard of this one but I love seeing new and exciting things coming down the pipeline.

    February 11, 2022
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