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Influence of dietary factors on the clinical course of ulcerative colitis: a prospective cohort study
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    Influence of dietry factors on the clinical course of ulcerative colitis: a prospective cohort study

    Dear Editor

    Jowett and colleagues have recently reported in their elegant study, the role of diet to maintain remission in patients with ulcerative colitis.[1] Surely, the effect of diet has an essential, but often forgotten, role in altering the course of the disease in all types of inflammatory bowel diseases. This role does not necessarily act by maintaining patients in remission clinically, but perhaps mo...

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