A study in the Journal of Pediatrics showed Canadian youngsters with inflammatory bowel disease who lived in low-income neighborhoods were more likely to have surgery than those in more affluent areas. Researchers at the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences and the Hospital for Sick Children linked a 79% higher likelihood of surgery to new, less affordable medications for IBD that came to market after 2000.

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