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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-05-17

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Aside from the convenience for
patients of having specialists cov-
ering every area of treatment for
IBD under one roof, the center
will also benefit the doctors in two
ways.
First, the physicians will have
a higher concentration of patients
with which to conduct research
/— in bowel disease. Over 3,000 pa-
tients of all of the participating
doctors — representing different
stages of the diseases and a va-
riety of the diseases' manifesta-
tions — will potentially be
available for testing.
In the past the local chapter of
Crohn's
and Colitis Foundation
/—
of America, an organization that
raises money for research and ed-
ucation, has supplied the national
cause with hundreds of thou-
sands of dollars for research with
very little coming back to the De-
troit area to fund projects. A
spokesman for the national or-
ganization said one project is cur-
rently under way at the
University of Michigan.
"Up until now, there hasn't
been a lot of money coming back
to Detroit, but there hasn't been
a lot of research either," Dr.
Bodzin said. "The center has the
potential to change that."
Second, in addition to research
opportunities, participating IBD
specialists will meet on a weekly
basis to discuss new patient cas-
es as well as those presenting
new complications. Together at
the multidisciplinary conference,
the specialists will integrate their
services to map a therapeutic
plan.
"It is not a peer review," Dr.
Bodzin said. "We are all really
geared to using up-to-date, cut-
ting-edge techniques for treat-
ment."
But not everyone is as excit-
ed about the prospect of having
such a center in the Detroit area.
John, a local man with Crohn's
disease who asked that his real
name not be used, said that the
formation of the center is too late
to help him.
"Don't get me wrong," he said.
"It is a positive thing that they
are doing. It has the potential to
benefit many people: people who
are just diagnosed, people who
are conducting research.
"Will it help me? No. I am hap-
py with my doctor and have no
plans to switch."
While he applauded the idea
of having a research facility in
the Detroit area, he said having
many IBD specialists in the same
facility would be of limited help
to him. He pointed out that al-
though the doctors will be on site,
diagnostic tests such as colono-
scopies and barium X-rays will
continue to be conducted in hos-
pitals, which would mean an-
other trip.
"Besides we are used to that,"
he said, referring to seeing doc-

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