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Journal Scan / Research · June 16, 2022

Diet vs Medication for Patients With IBS in Primary Care





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Diet or medication in primary care patients with IBS: the DOMINO study - a randomised trial supported by the Belgian Health Care Knowledge Centre (KCE Trials Programme) and the Rome Foundation Research Institute
Gut 2022 Apr 28;[EPub Ahead of Print], F Carbone, K Van den Houte, L Besard, C Tack, J Arts, P Caenepeel, H Piessevaux, A Vandenberghe, C Matthys, J Biesiekierski, L Capiau, S Ceulemans, O Gernay, L Jones, S Maes, C Peetermans, W Raat, J Stubbe, R Van Boxstael, O Vandeput, S Van Steenbergen, L Van Oudenhove, T Vanuytsel, M Jones, J Tack

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