Crohn's disease doesn't stop U.S. Olympic kayak star

07/27/2008 | HealthNewsDigest.com

U.S. Olympic kayaker Carrie Johnson was diagnosed with Crohn's disease in 2003 and has had to work to maintain her energy to train for competition. She also provides information and helps raise awareness about the disease through the Web site Crohn's & Me and wants other patients to know "they are not alone and don't have to be embarrassed by the disease."

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