This research is collecting data on nicotine cravings in patients with chronic pancreatitis who smoke cigarettes.
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We are collecting data and biological samples from people with infectious or inflammatory conditions of the bowel such as celiac disease, colitis, and Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) and from people who do not have bowel disease to get a better understanding of these diseases.
Seeking people whose recurrent Clostridium difficile (C. diff) infection has not responded to standard antibiotic treatments for a study to see if fecal microbiota transplantation is effective for treating C. diff infection.
Seeking men and women who are experiencing recurring fluid buildup in their abdomen due to liver cirrhosis for a study of an implanted investigational device to drain the excess fluid.
Study To Reduce The Risk Of Clostridium Difficile (C-Diff) Infection Among Long-Term Care Facility Patients
Seeking men and women aged 65 and older for a study of changes in the microbiome in the intestines of seniors when they move into a long-term care facility.
Seeking Men and Women 18-65 years old who have a fistula-in-ano that needs treatment.
Study Of An Investigational Therapy Using Stem Cells For Perianal Fistulas In People With Crohn's Disease
People whose perinanal fistula resulting from crohn's disease has not healed with treatment sought for a study of an investigational therapy using stem cells.
People who have shown signs of bleeding in their stomach or intestines sought for a study of a video camera capsule to diagnose gastrointestinal bleeding.
Seeking healthy volunteers who either drink less than 1 drink per week on average or at least 3 drinks per day for a study collecting biological samples (blood, urine, and stool) and health information to better understand alcoholic hepatitis.
Seeking men and women whose primary biliary cholangitis is causing them moderate to severe itchiness for a study of an investigational drug.
Seeking men and women for whom their doctor has ordered an upper endoscopy to diagnose upper gastrointestinal symptoms for a study of an investigational imaging device.
Seeking people aged 12 and older with Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE) for a study of an investigational drug to treat esophageal inflammation. Some study volunteers will be randomly assigned to get the investigational drug and others will get a pill that does not have any medication (placebo)
This study is looking at an investigational treatment for patients who have been diagnosed with or have signs and symptoms of moderately to severely active Crohn’s disease.
This study is for patients diagnosed with moderately to severely active Crohn’s disease who have recently completed research study Receptos-3201 or Receptos-3202.
This study is for patients diagnosed with moderately to severely active Crohn’s disease who have recently completed a research study with the study drug.
We are seeking people whose liver cancer was removed through surgery and radiation therapy for a study of an investigational drug to assess if it prevents the cancer from returning
Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH) is a disease that results when fat accumulates in the liver and eventually causes inflammation and scarring called fibrosis. The purpose of this study is to test whether an experimental drug, CVC, is safe and effective in treating advanced scarring of the liver due to NASH.
Reverse: A Study Of An Investigational Drug For Compensated Cirrhosis Due To Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis (Nash)
Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH) results when fat accumulates in the liver and causes inflammation and scarring called fibrosis. Fibrosis can lead to cirrhosis which impairs liver function. Ocaliva (OCA) is an FDA approved drug for treating another type of liver disease. This study will test if Ocaliva (OCA) is safe and effective in treating cirrhosis of the liver caused by advanced NASH.
This study is looking to compare different surgical options for treating patients with rectal cancer.
Seeking adults with rectal cancer requiring surgery for a study comparing an investigational surgery to the standard surgery technique