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Psychological stress in IBD: new insights into pathogenic and therapeutic implications
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    Dear Editor.

    We read with interest the article by Mawdsley and Rampton on the relationship between psychological stress, increased disease activity in inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD), and the role of...

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