(Matt Gilmour/ Daniel J. Rowe/ CTV News) — Doctors at Montreal’s Ste-Justine Hospital say they have a treatment for Crohn’s Disease that helps keep children out of hospital and improves their long-term health.
Ten-year-old Mikael Carpentier was diagnosed four years ago with the inflammatory bowel disease, which can lead to serious complications if it’s not treated.
“Before, I was always sick, I was really tired,” he said.
Another side effect of Crohn’s is malnutrition, which was affecting Carpentier’s growth. (…)