Remicade's approval for ulcerative colitis raises questions about new high-tech versus older approaches

Remicade's approval for ulcerative colitis raises questions about new high-tech versus older approaches.

Over 500,000 Americans try various drugs for ulcerative colitis. About 85% of patients with severe disease end up with a colectomy when the drugs don't work.

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