"We found what we think are the inflammatory cells that drive fibrosis," said co-author Kelly McNagny, professor of medical genetics and co-director of the UBC Biomedical Research Centre, in the statement. "The gene that was defective in those cells is a hormone receptor, and there are drugs available that may be able to block that hormone receptor in normal cells and prevent fibrotic disease."
There is currently no cure for Crohn's disease. Many patients who develop intestinal fibrosis must undergo surgery to restore digestion, but scar tissue can build up following surgery, necessitating more procedures in the future." - Amirah Al Idrus of Fierce Pharma
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