Crohn’s Patient, Recently Undergoing Life Threatening Surgery, Launches Website To Help Others With Crohn’s Disease

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Crohn's Disease patient, recently hospitalized for 4 weeks, ending with a major surgery, launched a new website (http://www.CrohnsHelp.com) for all Crohn's Disease patients. His goal is to build a long needed community for Crohn's patients to come together, share their experiences and unite to find a cure for Crohn's Disease.

The new website http://www.crohnshelp.com is a website developed by a Crohn’s disease patient and victim of serious medical malpractice. While in the hospital, instead of focusing on his own recovery, Anik Singal spent his time with a vision to develop a website where Crohn’s patients can come together, share their experiences and unite in the fight to find a cure for Crohn’s Disease.

Within just 3 days after being released from a 4 week hospitalization in the intensive care unite, Anik was on the phone getting his website, http://www.CrohnsHelp.com ready to launch. Today, just a month after he began working on the website, it is live and growing daily.

http://www.CrohnsHelp.com provides information for Crohn’s Disease sufferers and their family/friends. The goal and vision of this website is to grow into a thriving community where all Crohn’s patients come together to become a support group, share their experiences and also raise money for Crohn’s research.

Unfortunately, when Anik started on his unorthodox treatment for Crohn’s Disease two years ago, he never had other patients to consult with. After 2 years of that treatment, he found himself in a life-threatening situation – all of which could have been avoided.

Today, he is set to make sure that he does everything in his power to make sure that no other Crohn’s patient ever has to experience what he did. CrohnsHelp.com is set to provide the community that has been long needed.

In addition to providing information, CrohnsHelp.com plans to soon launch a major fund-raising drive to collect donations for research. An estimated 500,000 people in U.S. alone suffer from Crohn’s Disease, a number that is rapidly growing.

With http://www.CrohnsHelp.com, Anik hopes to provide a channel that can effectively contribute to the fight against Crohn’s Disease.

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