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Around 700,000 Europeans are diagnosed with Crohn's disease each year. Specialists at University College hospital in central London, are exploring new ways to detect the disease and help patients cope with its symptoms. Crohn's suffer Jill Fellows said: "It really is a very nasty disease, and people need to be able to realize that, and really don't have the mentality that it is just going to the bathroom all the time, because it is so much more than that.
Infoday on ERA-NET Cofund under Horizon 2020
16 January 2014, Brussels
WATER INNOVATION IN ACTION - 50 million € to support innovative solutions in water-related challenges
24 January 2014, Brussels
5-7 March 2014, Sofia, Bulgaria