Crohn’s Disease affects more than 500,000 people in the U.S. and for many years it’s greatly limited their quality of life. In most cases this autoimmune condition has progressed and eventually patients have needed surgery to have scarred intestinal tissue removed. But tremendous progress has been made with several new and investigational medicines that seem to shut off the inflammatory reaction in the gut. The hope is surgery will be needed less often and that patients can lead normal active lives. That’s true for many people already. Hear the latest about Crohn’s and this story of medical progress.